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    Default iWeb to Dreamweaver

    Hi, if i were to create a site using iweb, can i export the files to dreamweaver?

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    Default Re: iWeb to Dreamweaver

    yes... iirc, although i've not touched iweb for a couple of months. have to locate where iweb stores the html files first.
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    Default Re: iWeb to Dreamweaver

    oh. i tried opening the html files in dreamweaver it turns out all jumbled up......it's a mess and nothing's aligned......

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    Default Re: iWeb to Dreamweaver

    i remember doing it once and it was fine... can't try it now as the files are in my PB which is in for servicing...

    have u tried "publishing to folder" and opening up from there instead? i think that was what i did.
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    Default Re: iWeb to Dreamweaver

    there would be no problem on opening it up on dreamweaver as long as it is an html file or any web base file (like php, asp, jsp html, etc)

    if you do not use css, there would some minor/major effect on your layout just like Golgotha mentioned.
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    Default Re: iWeb to Dreamweaver

    ok, i published it to a folder and open the html files with Dream weaver, the design view is all messed up. If i do open the CSS file i can open see codes, and not design view. As this is my 1st time trying out dreamweaver and html coding, i have no idea what's going on. Kinda puzzling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Golgotha View Post
    ok, i published it to a folder and open the html files with Dream weaver, the design view is all messed up. If i do open the CSS file i can open see codes, and not design view. As this is my 1st time trying out dreamweaver and html coding, i have no idea what's going on. Kinda puzzling.

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    Default Re: iWeb to Dreamweaver

    sorry golgotha.. i'm stumped too... i managed to do it so that i could add in my own code in dreamweaver but i can't for the life of me remember what i did....
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    no worries, i will prob borrow a book n read on it.

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