As I open iweb to make changes to a website everything works fine until I try to open a certain page. I web then crashes. If I try to delete this page it of course crashes before I can hit delete.
any workarounds that I can do to delete the offending page without crashing the program??
what's strange is that on the web it works fine
Apple Tech solved the issue. After ridding preferences and caches it still crashed. So the next easiest thing was create a new site and drag the pages that I wanted right down to the new page. I never touched the crashing page. I then went to the web and opened the website and drag what I could from the crasher page to the desktop.
THEN I deleted the old site which took a few minutes. I then renamed the new site to the old name. Saved it and published it to the web.
The same procedure - new document and copy contents from old - is standard practice with corrupt Microsoft Word documents.
The technique may well work with other applications. I regularly fix tif images that don't work properly in iPhoto by editing (in Photoshop) and doing a "Save As..." to overwrite the original, effectively replacing the "allegedly bad" contents.
thanks for the hint
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