Jan 02


NOTE: This article is for iWeb 08 and earlier.  Click here for how to do this in iWeb 09.

SUMMARY: iweb normally publishes your website to your .mac account on the apple server. But it also has an option in the file menu called ‘publish to folder’ which means it saves the entire website onto your computer. (It puts it in your user directory in a folder called ‘sites’)  You can then manually copy this folder to your own web account using a method called  ftp.

That information may be all you were after, but if you need step by step instructions on how to do it, read on!

Before you go any further, can I say the apple way of doing things is good and simple, so get a .mac account if you can.

It’s a lot simpler!

Still want to upload your iweb pages manually using ftp?

here goes…

1. You need to find out some technical sounding things from you ISP or web provider before you progress. Don’t be scared off by the funny names. They are actually quite simple. These are the details of where your webpage will be stored.

You will need 4 things.

FIRSTLY, the address of the ‘ftp server’ for where you want to put your website. If your website is ‘dubbo.org’ then it will be something like ftp.dubbo.org.

SECONDLY you will have a username and password with it.

FINALLY will also have what we call a ‘directory‘ which is simply the place your files will be stored on the website and it will be something like this: ‘/public_html’

You will need to know all these 4 things before you proceed. It’s no use guessing them. If you don’t know them you need to ring ask your web provider who you are paying for your web hosting what these details are. In summary you need (1) ftp server address, (2) username, (3) password and (4) remote directory (or remote folder).

2. Download w2w. This seems to be the easiest way to do it. It’s here: http://www.wallner.nu/fredrik/software/w2w/ With instructions.

3. Make and edit your website in iweb. In iweb select ‘publish to folder’ and it will save your iweb site into your user/sites directory on your computer.

4. Run w2w and it will copy the website from your user/sites directory on your own computer to you website on the internet. When you run w2w you will see a window like this:


Name can be anything.

Folder is the folder on your home computer. Hit Browse and go to your Macintosh HD/Users/Yourname/Sites/iwebsitetopublish and click on open.

The last 4 settings are the settings we talked about above from your ISP.

Fill them all in and press upload. From then on it remembers your settings for next time.

5. Each time you want to update your webpage, just repeat steps 3 and 4.

That’s it!

94 Responses to “How to upload iweb sites without a .mac account”

  1. paul says:

    I notice that iWeb doesn’t let you include a counter etc if you don’t upload to .Mac. Is there any way around this?

  2. paul says:

    I’ve tried inserting html tags using the html snippet on iWeb but with no success. Anyone else found this?

  3. wayne says:

    A snippet would be the way to do it.

    I only have iweb version 1 which doesn’t have html snippets, so I can’t test it, but it should work.

    Before you try inserting a counter, what if you try a real simple bit of html, like just a word of text, does it appear on your page?

  4. LaTisha says:

    I tried to upload using iPublisher and w2w, and both seem to have succeeded, but there is no sign of my files on the server. Do you know where they are going? In iPublisher it says “upload succeeded” and in w2w it says nothing. I can’t figure out what’s happening to them.

  5. wayne says:

    How do you know there is no sign of the files on your server? How are you looking on your server?

  6. corey says:

    I seem to be a little confused on this. i understand most but i am really trying to do this without getting a .mac account. I am not understanding where i am suppose to get the remote server, remote username, and remote folder from. sorry i am new at this.

  7. wayne says:

    You get them from the provider who you are getting your website hosting from. Have you paid for web hosting? If you haven’t, it may be easier be easier for you to just buy a .mac account.

  8. Bryce says:

    corey, you can also get free hosting, just google it – but if ur having trouble and cant figure it out, .Mac isnt that hexi.

    thanks for the info re w2w wayne was trying to figure that one out manually lol. common sense got the better of me.

  9. Mike P says:

    A good free host is http://www.freehostia.com – the main limitation is they only allow max 500Kb file sizes to save on bandwidth. But if you need to host bigger files than that, wack them up on mediafire.com and use a link to the file on there. Mediafire is awesome for hosting files, and signing up for a free account allows you to manage the files you’ve uploaded.

  10. AFNYC says:

    hi, I am leaving .mac
    i am using go daddy free hosting at the moment and need to find another host. but, before i pay for a new host for my non-profit, I need a way for people to leave comments on our online mag pages. other than using iComments or going back to .mac, does anyone know of letting people leave comments pages made by iWeb?

  11. paul says:

    There’s no problem adding counters to your page if you aren’t using .mac.

    Just insert the html code using the snippet.


  12. Eric says:

    I am trying to upload the site file that iWeb created for me, but im getting a 404 error when I try to access the site. I just uploaded the folder called “site” through FileZilla. I tried uploading the files individually, but then the text is there but none of the pictures or formatting. I noticed that there are a number of files within the folder that iWeb made for me. Is it ok to just upload the whole folder, or do I need to only do certain files individually? Also I noticed that iWeb created an index.html file outside the folder it made for me. Any help would be appreciated!

  13. Jessica says:

    Hm i have the same question as Eric above me.
    I used filezilla
    I used classicFTP.
    Now i’m currently trying W2W and it’ still loading.

    Before when i used the other programs, they didn’t really appear on the website.
    The page said /Index.
    and below that had Sites.
    I click that and there are a bunch of folders and within them is more folders and when i click on the JPEG files, there are the pictures. And when I click on the other file types they come out as HTMLs or….weird codes I’m not sure.

  14. Wayne says:

    You need to upload all the files using whatever ftp program you have. Make sure it works by opening it from your computer first – in the ~sites folder. Then upload the entire contents of this folder to your webpage. Then you need to look at the index.html file with your web browser. If it’s not working then getting a .mac account is the simplest way to make it work. That’s what you pay for doing it the apple way – it simply works!

  15. Doug says:

    PAUL – or someone – HIT COUNTER – can you take me step by step to add an html snippet hit counter to my website. I am totally illiterate in this regard. THANKS :0)

  16. paul says:


    here goes:-

    1. create your page using iWeb.
    2. you’ll need to know the address of your page once you’ve published it.
    3. go to a web page that offers free counters… eg. http://www.e-zeeinternet.com/
    4. enter your details on this page including the final address of the published page
    5. this page will provide you with some html code. copy this code.
    6. return to your iweb page.
    7. click on Web Widgets & choose HTML Snippet
    8. Inside the text box created paste the HTML code from the free counter page. Click Apply
    9. You can drag the snippet anywhere on your page.
    10. Done.

  17. Ron says:

    I am interested in putting comments on my page but I am not using .mac or mobileme so I can’t do it on another server. I have figured out how to do the comments using a html snippet but the comments is another issue. Any one know if there is a place where you can do this?

  18. mimi says:

    Hi, ive built an i web page, have a host through godaddy, have a ftp page, a=have a name and password, have a ftp host, but everytime o try to upload new info, it stays the same…what am i missing???

  19. ross says:

    Try refreshing your browser, if you don’t do that your browser will not go to your updated page, it will look in its own memory and pull out your old page from there, which makes you think nothing has changed on your website.

  20. eliza says:

    i was trying to teach myself dreamweaver and someone told me about iweb! great. i’ve created my site, but am having problems with getting all the pages to work on my site. i use cyberduck and i know for my main site it has to be all out in my public html folder, but when i publish the site to my folder from iweb, some of the pages are in folders and i think they all have to be out to view, so i’ve taken them all out but i think it is hard for them to link to the right place… anyone know what i am talking about or can help? also was wondering anyone know how good this book is, taking control of iweb? i was thinking of getting for $10… supposed to tell you how to do more with iweb…

  21. Pat says:

    Hi, I downloaded W2W on my iMac and it won’t open?.
    Is it for Windows only?.

  22. Andrew says:


    No, it is a Mac programme. What’s not working?

  23. Pablo says:

    I’m new to website creating and am a little frustrated with my situation. Hope someone can help.

    I registered a domain through google which came with their “google apps” suite. Ultimately, from what I understand Google is not a hosting provider, godaddy.com is.
    I have created a site in iWeb and have saved it to a folder on my desktop. I know there must be a way to get my website on the domain I purchased from google. However, it feels like I’m being forced into using their google page creator.
    Your help would be much appreciated!

  24. Nell says:

    Hello, I posted my site on a host other than .mac and I seem to have an issue with my home page not linking to the other pages (About, Portfolio, etc). I first thought it was a problem with the host but after reading the comments, I tested the site on my computer as suggested and I have the same problem on my file. (2nd issue) I also noticed that my files stay the color red even after publishing. The tutorial suggests they turn blue after they are published. (3rd issue) My host suggests the “home” file be renamed “index.html”. I looked at the files I am uploading and there sits 2 files named “index.html” one in the Sites folder along with the “home” file and one above the Sites folder. Do all of these have to be present for the site to work and if not which ones can be trashed or renamed? Thanks in advance for your help.

  25. Karin says:

    Hi all
    I have been struggling for more than a week now to get my iWeb photo-album page to display after uploading it to my own domain. I have tried different ftps, then thought it might be Firefox – but the same error happens with Safari and IE. I saved various times while on the pic page while on the album page. With no change. I have been using iWeb with no problems for the past year or so, but now suddenly this has happened – and I cannot seem to resolve it. Please any advice? Thanks in advance!

  26. Barclay says:

    I’m having trouble uploading my iWeb 08 site to my local host. I have all the info correct, according to them, but the w2w just endlessly spins…it’s been going for about 1/2 an hour right now. The previous try I got a curl error 67. Any thoughts?

  27. John says:

    Yeah i got the error 67 on w2w previously as well, now it seems to upload but nothing happens, i rang the service provider and have all the right information but it still won’t work. Any help would be much appreciated.

  28. Tracy says:

    I’m trying to upload my website to a remote server. What is a remote folder? I have everything else.

  29. Chris says:

    I’m using iweb, and i have a domain registered through Go Daddy which is – http://www.freeandorganic.co.uk.
    Because in iweb you have to name your website (mine is named ecoflow) it means that when i upload my iweb created site via FTP to my domain, the home page is displayed as – http://www.freeandorganic.co.uk/ecoflow/Home.html.
    What i want to know is if it is possible to upload my site in a way that it does not show the site name (ecoflow), and instead just shows the top level domain ie http://www.freeandorganic.co.uk?
    I feel that by having the ‘/ecoflow’ added to the url of every page on my site may be a negative when doing my SEO?
    I’d appreciate any advice

  30. Jus says:

    I tried to upload a website using my .mac account – it tells me its been published but when I got to ‘view’ it tells me the site cannot be found and that it could be an incorrect user or user not known. Ive been messing about with this for so long now and thought it was meant to be simple!!!!
    Please help – any help or hints would be so apprecited!

  31. El Jaye says:

    To anyone that can help!
    I am leaving mac after 3 years. Since they’ve switched everything to mobileme from .mac I can no longer access my email from a PC b/c it’s no longer explorer friendly – so much for getting my monies worth…I feel financially slighted!
    I do not have a choice – the company I work for uses PC and so does the library which will NOT permit the public to upload Safari or any other program so I can access mobileme.

    So I am looking to host my iweb site somewhere else without changing my domain name or web layout. Any suggestions?

    I have a Powerbook G4 with built-in ethernet and a godaddy account (their hosting fee is too high for number of photos you can load on a page) and you’ve all suggested many free hosting sites.

    My concern is ~ I want my website just as I’ve designed it…I want to import it to another host. Do I have to maintain an iWeb account to move it or write html from scratch? What’re my options?

    Thank you!

  32. I just switched from .mac to netfirms. I am paying $20 for a year. I get 2 domain names. 250 gigs of space. There is a promotion code ” max20 ” that gets you a gigantic discount. It’s probably only good for one year. Check out this link
    I think the promo code is good until the end of January. They have decent phone support too. I used it three times getting set up. Cyberduck seems to be the best file transfer program to use.

  33. Anthony says:

    I am a teacher, and set up a website for my students, but since about the middle of January, I haven’t been able to change anything using iWeb 08. Three years ago I had the original iWeb, and it was terrible: pages wouldn’t load, content was missing etc- Mac support was negligible. I switched to iWeb 08, (at an extra hundred or so bucks), and everything worked fine. That was seven months ago, and there hasn’t been any problems ( I also upgraded the start up memory, as iWeb has issues if there isn’t enough).
    The same week Mac unleashed its iLife 09, my iWeb program started stuffing up. I added the update, but it didn’t do the trick, and then I reinstalled the iLife 08, but that didn’t work. When I went looking for the update patch, it had been removed from Mac’s website, and replaced with iLife 09. Forum member’s on Mac chat sites have experienced similar problems to mine. No one from Mac has gotten back to me. My web page is in limbo, unable to be changed, and if I do manage to change it, I’m worried that I will only succeed in uploading the corrupted pages I now have displayed on my iWeb. Does Mac want to force iWeb 08 users into forking out more cash for the fix. Remember, when you return Macs to the shop, they tell you that software isn’t covered by guarantee. Some dealers will help as a goodwill gesture, but my experience is that even well seasoned technicians have limited knowledge of software issues. Come on Mac , stop behaving like Microsoft and serve your customers. Tony Whelan.

  34. Maruchi says:

    HI i’m just having the same problem as Karin
    “I have been struggling for more than a week now to get my iWeb photo-album page to display after uploading it to my own domain. I have tried different ftps, then thought it might be Firefox – but the same error happens with Safari and IE. I saved various times while on the pic page while on the album page. With no change. I have been using iWeb with no problems for the past year or so, but now suddenly this has happened – and I cannot seem to resolve it. Please any advice? Thanks in advance!” Does any one know what to do?

  35. Steve says:

    Plain and simple ……. what’s the best hosting site for me to use after I create my website on iWeb?
    A couple of suggestions would be great ….. THANKS !!!!!!!

  36. Andrew says:

    Thanks man! I was having trouble with Directory/path name and you HOOKED IT UP!

  37. Alan says:

    THANK YOU. The best simplest explanation to upload Iweb. I was up and running in 15 minutes! I had created the site on Iweb then used the W2W software and after getting the 4 pieces of info from Go Daddy it worked like a charm.
    Now I need to find out how to add a commerce site to my Iweb. The geniuses at the genius bar said it can’t be done but I have heard that it can. If anyone know it would be much appreciated.
    Thanks again for the lifesaving help

  38. Mary Anne says:

    I have 2 sites to create. I finished one and working on the other one and I see 2 sites on my side bar. When I publish to folder, it publishes both sites together. I need both sites to go point to their own URL. I am having Go Daddy host both sites. What am I doing wrong? Can anyone help?

  39. Tom says:

    I am using iWeb ’08 for the first time. I have created a test site with only 2 pages. I am trying to upload the pages to my host (purchased form Web Host) using W2W. It keeps showing error 67. Being new to all this I am at aloss as to what to do! Can anyone assist?

  40. Adrian says:

    Same with Maruchi here… I succeed uploading and publishing iWeb using Drop Box, but the photo album page won’t display!!! What should we do?

  41. Ry says:

    Hi Iweb 09’s ftp upload does not work! it cannot write to the ftp server so if you are thinking of getting iweb 09 for ftp reasons do not get it

  42. Roger says:

    I am able to upload iWeb 09 ftp’s. A problem I have to the site I am loading to is that it does not show up. Using another ftp software I have which allows me to view the site I am hosting the web page to I can see the iWeb index page. The web hosting site requires that the index page and contents be stored in a public folder. Using iWebs ftp I cannot get it into the public folder for viewing. But using Fetch FTP I am able to do so and the iWeb site now works. Anyone else experiencing the same problem or can anyone provide a site where this type of problem has not happened for them.

  43. Nonetheless to say, uploading a website using iWeb is a total nightmare for anyone who owns a real website (not some sub-folder off mobileme).

    It appears it keeps on creating a usb-folder of the website.

    What I’m trying to do is simply to upload my website with FTP so that the website will appear when people access the .com address.

    It appears however to be very complex and I need help!

    From iWeb I saved my website in a folder. Until there everything works well.

    I upload the website trough FTP using cyberduck. It will upload the website but to its sub folder. In that case it will create a mywebsite.com/my_web_site/home.html.

    I believe tons of people run through this issue and I’m not sure why Apple make things so difficult as to upload a website. I’m very happy with my Mac but I must confess it was a piece of cake to upload any website on a PC.

    I know, I shouldn’t mess with iWeb and go with Adobe, but still I’d like to make it work…

    Are there any simple tutorials out there to upload a website using iWeb with an FTP and make sure it won’t upload to a long string of sub folder?

  44. Suzee says:

    I designed a website with the latest version of I Web…but I have just left mobile me and acquired a hosting account with Go Daddy…my problem…all of the added comments on my pages have disappeared and no comments can be added on my pages. Please HELP! Can you walk me step by step with trying to reestablishing the Ad Comments on my website?

  45. Rikke says:

    I have the same “problem” as Chris a while up…

    I’m using iweb, and i have a domain registered through one.com which is – http://www.rikkesoerensen.com
    Because in iWeb you have to name your website it means that when i upload my iweb created site via FTP to my domain, the home page is displayed as – http://www.rikkesoerensen.com/name/home.html.

    What i want to know is if it is possible to upload my site in a way that it does not show the site name, and instead just shows the top level domain ie http://www.rikkesoerensen.com?

    Thanks. I’d really appreciate any advice.

  46. Relief . . . I do not struggle alone. I hae spent seven concentrated hours trying to figure out how to manage separately mounted websites from iWeb to GoDaddy. I want to avoid a tangled knot of subjects on my personal domain.

    Closest I’ve come? http://iwebfaq.org/site/iWeb_Multiple_websites.html, paragraph 2.4 entitled “Publishing, to same server”. I KNOW my question got answered; I just don’t get it!!!

    I used the instructions . . . to a point. I don’t know how to link follow-up websites to my ‘Home” page so that each sub-website can be naigated to from the home page.

    Also: http://www.iwebformusicians.com/ Roddy does a beautiful job. I learned lots and lots but still can’t fill in some critical blanks. This is one sweet, well written and beautifully illustrated primer. CHeck it out!

    I feel your pain and just KNOW there are plenty of people out there doing precisely what we’re trying hard to figure out.

  47. Jonathan says:

    I’m creating this website on iWeb and i’m a little frustrated because my roll overs aren’t working? The site is being hosted by Just Host so it is not a .mac account. Do I have to apply all of my own effects? or can I use rollovers/ shadows/etc. through this site?

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  54. Rene says:

    Great tip. Thanks a lot. I only have one question though. All the above works for me but one thing I cannot upload my videos using iweb. When I select a video to upload the iweb function is dimmed. I am using iweb 06. Any suggestions?

  55. Thanks alot that was a great post.

  56. I really like this site, but I have been having some problems viewing your post lately, I am using google chrome, please fix the issue if you can.

  57. Andrew says:

    Is it iWork or iLife, Wayne?

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  59. Susan says:

    I’ve got a domain name but I don’t know anything about ftp usernames and password?

  60. Chhanda says:


    I somehow managed to make an under construction page on iweb. While I liked the templates that come inbuilt with the iweb, i was disparing as i didn’t want to create a mobile me account (money ofcourse, why else?). I was looking around for another free html editor when i happened to search if there was any way of saving the html pages locally that can later be uploaded to the web hosting server and viola… your post came in the 2nd position on the search engine. Boy, am I glad that I read your post… I found my answer in the NOTE itself and was happy to find a solution to my problem. I am beginning to love Mac for what it does and I love your post.. very simple language, doesn’t assume anything.

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  62. ter_somo says:

    Very good

  63. Hi. I’ve just tried this and all I’m getting is an indexed/directory list of files on my website. Can anyone help ? Thanks

    • John says:

      Your ISP may require you to rename your main index file to a certain file name such as index.htm or index.html or home, in order for the server to correctly identify the correct page as the start file. Whatever it is they will indicate on the web server faqs or setup pages. It could be any number of names or extensions names. Some Isp’s require that you rename your home file from iWeb’s index.html to index.htm or to home.html or welcome.html .

  64. Greg says:

    I keep trying to upload my iweb page and instead of ending up in my public_http file it goes into my home directory, and then they have to be moved. Any ideas

  65. Melissa says:

    What do I do when I get “Error uploading the files to idha.ift-aft.org/public_html, curl returned error number 67.”

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  69. Thanks! htis is exactly what I was looking for! I never wanted to spring for the.mac account.

  70. Maria says:

    Great work … The w2w stuff is just what I needed … our server is set up for Dreamweaver and PC users so uploading my page was a nightmare!
    Until I found this … :D

    thanks! xxx

  71. Mark says:

    Nice! I know Mac and their litany of products have gotten a ton easier to navigate, but there are still issues there that they don’t seem either willing or able to navigate. w2w looks pretty nice!

  72. I have an older version of Dreamweaver. Looks like I can upload using the info as shown in your post.


  73. Patrick says:

    Each time I upload the file in place of my old index.htm (uploaded from ms publisher) I can see text , but no graphics. Any ideas?

  74. admin says:

    Patrick, you need to upload all the files, not just the index.htm file.

  75. jason says:

    How long does it take for W2W to upload? My site is pretty small, and have tried several times… W2W doesn’t display a taskbar or show progression, or Stop Responding, it just seems to “go and go and go and go”.

  76. Angela says:

    Hello, this is really good, but my site is taking a really long time to get published?
    why is this so? my site is only 8 pages and it doesn’t have a lot of information on it either!
    I really need help
    Thanks so much

    • Angela says:

      ^ ignore that comment please, it worked it just took an hour and half :D
      but im really happy, thank you sooo much! i have no words to describe how much you have helped me,
      tanx again

  77. Oscar says:

    May I know the program iWeb uses php5, mysql, asp.net or what?
    Because my provider and ask that I do not know to explain it.

  78. Paul J D says:

    Hi Admin.

    Thanks for the info but…:

    I am trying to upload from Iweb via w2w but no Joy so far.

    Could you be more detailed about the ‘Remote Folder’ since I have no idea what has to be written there. When I tried through dream Weaver it was ‘/Htmml// ‘ and then I put in my domain address?

    Need some advice here.

    Thanks a lot.



  79. Aiamy says:

    Thank you for sharing the nice post,useful.

  80. hi, just got a mac. . . . not used to it yet still used to the P.C lol

    This might help tho a remote folders is normally your root folder thats where all the documents of a website is stored so in theory you should just have to upload your website file to there and hey pressto . . .
    just a thought Craig

  81. Joel says:

    it’s nice to know that there are workarounds to the iweb restriction. I have to be honest. Because of the publishing limitation imposed by iweb I resorted to using wordpress to do so. Even though I love iweb, and the awesome user interface. I needed a universal platform to blog from wherever so I had to leave iweb behind.

  82. Great weblog here! Also your site rather a lot up fast! What host are you the use of? Can I get your affiliate link on your host? I want my web site loaded up as quickly as yours lol

  83. Katie says:

    Thanks! Really helpful

  84. Alli says:

    I have forgotten my password in the ‘Ftp Server Settings’ on the Site Publishing Settings on iweb. Can u help? Please?

  85. Rebecca says:

    I don’t seem to have the option to ‘publish to folder’… Argh!! It’s version 3.0.4 (601) ….

  86. Scott says:

    You are a life saver. For some reason iWeb will not FTP my site. It is hosted by Godaddy. I used w2w and it worked. Apple would not help me unless I paid more. This is the only call I have made to Apple for Ilife 09. I think they should give you like 10 tech calls that never expire. Anyhow thanks for your info. A huge help.

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