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Step 15: Tweak as needed

If you’re satisfied with the appearance of your pages, you can skip this step. Otherwise, go back to your Create document and edit it.

When you’re done, choose Web->Create Web Pages…. In the Save dialog, navigate to the folder you made in Step 14 and select one of the files. Click Save. Another confirmation dialog will appear, asking if you want to replace the file. Click Replace. This will replace all the old HTML files with your edited files.

You can repeat this process as often as necessary to get the appearance you want for your pages.
Step 16: Upload your pages to your web server

To let others see your web pages, they need to be served by a web server. In most cases, this means transferring your files to a web host.

Note: All Macintoshes running Mac OS X have a built in Apache web server. But most home-based Macintoshes are not connected to the web in a way that would allow the Apache web server to serve pages outside the local network. And setting up to do so is way beyond the scope of this tutorial.

How you transfer your files depends on who your web host is.

The easiest way is to serve your web pages at As a Macintosh user, you are eligible for a free iTools account. In fact, you were probably prompted to set up an account during your initial OS X setup.
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