iWeb URL Changes

Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by yumandfun, Apr 7, 2008.

  1. yumandfun macrumors newbie

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    #1
    Hey guys, this question is probably going to give me away as a novice user of iWeb, but I was wondering how I could change what appears in my URL after my domain name for my iWeb site. I've been playing around with a site thats hosted with a non-.Mac host and after the domain name it looks like this:

    Coming%20Soon%3A%20-%20Student%20Reviews.html

    Is there a method by which I can clean this up, for indexing/aesthetic purposes? Thanks a lot, I really appreciate it!
     
  2. rynoman macrumors newbie

    rynoman

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    #2
    the %20 is how most browsers interpret the space character when rendering html file names in the url field. a good starting point would be to use underscores or hyphens for your file name/location, or structure your files so they're only one word (hierarchal-ly speaking). I haven't used iWeb in a long time - there might be a way to name your files so they don't show up with %20 instead of a space.
     

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