“A week after .Mac became MobileMe, and a day after the MobileMe team simultaneously apologized and declared the transition complete, iWeb users continue to fight insurgent errors in publishing. Users may find they are repeatedly prompted for their MobileMe name and password, that ‘damaged’ pages halt the process, or that there was simply a “.Mac” publishing error. If the publication process does succeed, published pages may not actually be published, or elements like slideshows and comments may be broken,” Charles Jade reports for Ars Technica.
“Unfortunately, there does not [yet] appear to be a fix,” Jade reports.
“Despite Apple being aware of problems with MobileMe, users should not hesitate to complain bitterly about every single ill experience via e-mail. Beyond that, there are a couple of steps iWeb users can take, the first being to make sure the recent update, version 1.1 of MobileMe, has been installed. Some iWeb users report success with ‘Publish All to .Mac,’ which republishes your entire website. Personally, I don’t recommend this, especially if you have a site with hundreds of megabytes of data. I ultimately prevailed by attempting to publish over and over until it finally worked,” Jade reports.
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