I'm using iWeb '06 1.1.2 on an Intel iMac. I moved my iWeb files around to consolidate and discard duplicate files between my Mac's HD, duplicate files on the desktop and an external drive. I just did an update to my site and to my horror, it "couldn't save media files" - and showed a long list of files. I went and found them from the new location on my HD and re-dropped the movie and picture files in. Then, when I tried to save, it listed three new but non-specific files ("movie" "dropped pict image"). I checked the pages and all pictures and videos are visible. Then when I tried to save again, almost the entire previous list of "Missing" files (most of which were visible anyway) came up again as being unable to be saved. Then, when saving, it doesn't know where iWeb is. Here's the error message: "The location of the document iWeb cannot be determined. You can specify where to save it." So it called itself "Domain" and it saved itself to the Desktop. Then it told me that it would be replaced...fine. The thing is, it has never done this before. I looked in the my-name-little house-folder/Library/Application Support/iWeb, and there is a Domain file in there too, and it opens the same iWeb as the one on the desktop. I have no idea why this is happening. Something has gone screwy - obviously it did not like having its files moved around, but I have replaced those files from the same ones in the new location. I can't save the files, and can't close the application. I tried again, and now it shows a whole new list of files it "can't save". My website looks fine after the update I did earlier this summer and I don't want to lose the work I put into it. Can anyone help?