Copying just ONE website from iWeb to another Mac?

Discussion in 'Web Design and Development' started by Noisemaker, Apr 20, 2010.

  1. Noisemaker Guest

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    I have three websites that I've built in iWeb. I want to transfer ONE of them to another Mac, but I don't want my other two to go with it, or be accessible on the other Mac.

    I know about the Domain file - however, does that contain all three websites?

    Is there any way that I can just copy one of the sites without losing the other two that I still need on my Mac?
     
  2. mofunk macrumors 68000

    mofunk

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    Not sure, but I just moved my iWeb from my old Powerbook just by using a jump drive. Drag your folder over, then open it up in the new mac. The original folder stays until you delete it. It's pretty easy to do. Then after you move it.... "save as" whatever you want to call it.
     
  3. angelwatt Moderator emeritus

    angelwatt

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    One idea. Make three copies of the domain file. Then open each one and delete two of the web sites so you only have one web site per file.
     
  4. Noisemaker thread starter Guest

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    So, basically copy the file and rename the second two versions (IE, domain_site2, domain_site3)?

    If I open them on my MacBook and erase the other sites, will my original domain file still contain my other sites?

    Also, will this domain file contain all of the information and images from the site, or will I need to include those as well?
     
  5. angelwatt Moderator emeritus

    angelwatt

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    I don't have any guaranteed answers as I don't use iWeb. Make a copy of your current one before trying anything so you have something to fall back on in case it doesn't work.
     

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