Hi, I hope this is a basic question. I am a Mac newbie having come over from Windows. I have a website that was created with MS Frontpage and I used to change the content myself with that. I am shortly going to be redesigning my website anyway, but in the meantime as I no longer have Frontpage I have not been able to update the content, which is getting embarassing. Is there an easy way for me to edit my website pages on my Mac. I saw someone say that you can do it by choosing "go" in Finder and then "connect to server" I can do that and get in and the website pages are all there in the window. I hoped that I could just open them with "textedit" as one of the menu options, edit them and then somehow upload. However when I tried to save the edited html page in textedit, it only offered two formats to save in (RTDF I think, and web archive). I tried RTDf and it just said it could not save the page. Am I missing something, or if not, what is the easiest and quickest way for me to grab my pages off my hosted server, change them and put them back, as a stopgap until I do the proper redesign. I am obviously just a beginner, but I can usually figure most things out!