Sort of:<br><br>"iWeb allows you to save your files to a local folder, or directly to .Mac. It has no built in FTP capabilities so it can't connect to a FTP server an upload files to your webserver, but you can upload the files that it saves on your computer yourself."<br><br>
Would a hack be necessary? All you have to do is get the files from your computer to thee server. A smart folder with an applescript pushing any new files which show up in a certain folder on your computer to the correct place on the server would do. It would be slightly more difficult if your server was a commercial source but then the script just needs FTP and password dialog built into it.<br><br>I think the dot mac just macs it built in auto. The hand holding is nice and will sell dot mac accounts but isn't crucial.<br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br>(__*__)
ooooh Pete . . . <br><br>like i said, they don't want to mess with FTP in the user's hands.<br><br>--<br>"I am mindful that diversity is one of the strengths of the country" --president bush on 9/27/05
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I use DW a lot for my web projects, and I usually wind up uploading the data with Transmit anyway...<br><br>With Transmit's 'default location' feature, it's less of a pain than it used to be...now as soon I log into a particular server or location, the program opens a specific local folder on my hard drive...<br><br><br>
<br>how does the RSS will work? does .mac handle all of the RSS? or it just a file in a folder? will RSS feeds require .mac?<br><br>----<br>:) "In my experience, there's no such thing as luck." - Obi-Wan Kenobi
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