Iweb, Cyberduck, and Podcasting HELP

Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by paulie8362, Jul 9, 2012.

  1. paulie8362 macrumors newbie

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  2. SandboxGeneral Moderator emeritus

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    Are you trying to get listed in the iTunes Store under Podcasts? If so, have you submitted your podcast here yet?
     
  3. paulie8362 thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Thanks...

    Yes, I have looked at lots of apple websites. I used feed validator, and it say that feed is working my feed site is:

    feed://www.biblicalrestorationministries.org/BRM/Biblical_Restoration_Ministries/rss.xml
     
  4. SandboxGeneral Moderator emeritus

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    Ok, then what exactly is the problem you're having? Something with iWeb I take it, right?

    I haven't used iWeb in a long time, and when I did it was only messing around with it, but I think you may be having some conflicts with iWeb publishing and the use of the FTP client CyberDuck.

    Try using only iWeb to publish your files or use a different HTML editor like RapidWeaver or Dreamweaver along with CyberDuck (if you don't want to use their built-in FTP).

    Either way, try using one or the other, not both - iWeb & CyberDuck.
     
  5. paulie8362 thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Thanks again,

    I am using only Cyberduck to post my website updates. I continue to use iWeb just because of the simplicity, and then I post changes to a local folder and use cyberduck to upload those changes to my hosting site. The files that I have realized I need to upload when I change my podcasting is the following:

    assets.http/--www.biblicalrestorationministries.org.plist
    feed.xml

    I tried to upload my site via iWeb, but realized due to some error I would have to upload my 2 gig site every time a change is made, so I decided cyberduck would be easier. Thanks for all your help :) I NEED IT
     

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