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Jedi Master
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So will I have to set up a new account for THAT URL with Go Daddy?
 
Posts: 1057 | Location: dearbon,MI , USA | Registered: June 11, 2002Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Not unless you want to have a specific domain that points to that page. Otherwise it would be http://yourexistingdomainname.com/thenewpage.html

Depending on the folder structure you have, it may be longer than that.


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Jedi Master
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So on Terry White Speaks are those separate pages or sites?

We are raising funds for a quadriplegic,,so would we(dcmensclub.org) use a separate site or just add on to the page as we have done
 
Posts: 1057 | Location: dearbon,MI , USA | Registered: June 11, 2002Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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What I would do is set up a "New Site" in iWeb and provide links directly to it or links from within your main iWeb site and by email. This will be uploaded to your existing web space under the SAME domain name.

Think of it like you have a piece of land (web space) with a House (your existing website) and you want to add a shed (the fundraiser).

You build the "shed" outback on the same property (no sense in buying new "land" since you have have plenty of webspace). Now all you have to do is give people directions to the "shed".

The only problem is that iWeb creates rather long URL's which may be difficult to send in a email. You can over come that with a website called Tiny Url after everything is set-up and in place. .

Tiny Url

EDIT: Not to make things more confusing, but there is a shareware App called iWebsites that allows you to create MULTIPLE websites on different domain names from within iWeb IF you really want to put the Kerry Fundraiser on a SEPARATE website.

Check it out here: iWebsites

I have used it in the past to work within iWeb for two separate domain names that I had (iWeb only allows you to do one domain at a time).

Terry may be able to explain how to do multiple websites under one domain name (or go back in this topic and see his explanation.

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Posts: 641 | Location: Detroit, MI USA | Registered: June 10, 2002Reply With QuoteReport This Post
Jedi Master
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WOW some really good advice,,, I'll slowly check those alternatives out so as I don't drive my self nutso getting into over my head

thanks again
jan
 
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