Can I edit iWeb pages online....

Discussion in 'Web Design and Development' started by northy124, Jun 4, 2008.

  1. northy124 macrumors 68020

    northy124

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    Hi

    Can I edit iWeb pages online instead of having to reupload everytime I update a page or something as I have a blog and I want others to be able to post subjects on it so is it possible?

    Northy
     
  2. northy124 thread starter macrumors 68020

    northy124

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    39 views and nothing OK maybe I didn't explain it very well so here is a better explanation:

    I have designed a Blog/Website for general stuff that we and a couple of mates post online, And I'd like them to add entries to the Blog without having to open up iWeb (Two of them don't have Mac's so they couldn't anyway) but online so it adds instantly, Can it be done?

    I think thats better.

    Northy
     
  3. northy124 thread starter macrumors 68020

    northy124

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    73 Views and no one can help, What BS.

    Forget it then as it appears no one knows about it/how to do it.
     
  4. davidjearly macrumors 68020

    davidjearly

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    Glasgow, Scotland
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    First things first, you're going to get no where with an attitude like that.

    As for your issue, iWeb publishes everything to a file called 'Domain' which is located in /Users/Name/Library/Application Support/iWeb, where 'Name' is your user account name.

    The only way to edit iWeb content is to open this file in iWeb and make your changes before publishing to .Mac or your hosting provider.

    So, no changes to an iWeb site cannot be carried out online without using iWeb. For what you want to achieve I would suggest emailing the 'Domain' file to your friends if they have a Mac, where they could then make the changes and publish them to the internet.

    iWeb is designed to be very novice friendly, and you seem to require something a little more sophisticated.

    David
     

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