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Chapter 17. Using .Mac To Integrate Your... > Using .Mac to Publish a Website

Using .Mac to Publish a Website

Using a .Mac account, you can publish your own website. There are two basic ways you can use .Mac to do so. The first is to use .Mac's HomePage tools to build your web pages. You add content to these pages by placing files in the related folders on your iDisk. The second, and more flexible, way is to add your own website files to the Sites folder on your iDisk to publish that site. For example, you can create your website using your favorite web page application and then post the site's files in the Sites folder on your iDisk. Apple's .Mac server takes care of serving the site for you.

Creating a .Mac Website Using HomePage

When you build a website using .Mac HomePage tools, you create each page on the site using HomePage templates. You can also create a set of sites and place different pages on each site. People can access each site directly, or you can provide a site menu to help them navigate among your sites.


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