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Making Changes Manually

iWeb Enhancer is a great tool for simply adding the occasional snippet of HTML code into a page, but what if you want to make more dramatic changes? What if you want to create an initial design in iWeb because it is easy to put together a concept for pages, but you want more-advanced editing of the pages using other tools so you can add Flash elements, more scripting, Java applets, or any one of the other myriad Web technologies out there? You need to publish the site to a folder (by default, the Sites folder inside your Mac OS X home folder) and open the individual files that iWeb creates and edit them with your design tool of choice.

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