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2270 Views 5 Replies Latest reply: Apr 17, 2009 3:01 PM by Leo Raymaekers
Currently Being ModeratedJan 20, 2009 7:12 AM (in response to Gafro)i also cannot publish. when i try to publish i get "unable publish due to an unknown error"!
i have a version of this site online already but whether i upload it new or update the existing the same thing happens.
i also tried it from a different computer and got the same error.
Message was edited by: Frank JacobDual Core G5, 4GB, NV7800GT, Logic 8, FCS2, Mac OS X (10.5.6)
Currently Being ModeratedJan 20, 2009 2:39 PM (in response to Gafro)Welcome to the Apple Discussions. A long shot but try the suggestion I posted in this topic: Can't publish to MobileMe after reformat.
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Currently Being ModeratedJan 21, 2009 3:19 AM (in response to Old Toad)thx but this had no effect
at the moment it doesn't matter what computer i use, or from where i log in. i have no problem logging into mobileme and getting mails etc, the problem is definitely with iWeb, since i cannot even publish to a folder without the same error message. i get a portion of the files published only. the rest, such as galleries, google map page etc is just not there.
also i now seem to have lost all my other sites that were once at mobile me.
something bad has happened with this system update i suppose. it's bad timing because exactly today i need to publish this site as the company is at a trade fair...
any others haviong this problem? any suggestions? the iMac i am using is brand new out of the box with all software updates current. i created a new mobile me account because my existing one was not working. but i have exactly the same problem with the new account and on the new iMac. come on apple get it together!Dual Core G5, 4GB, NV7800GT, Logic 8, FCS2, Mac OS X (10.5.6)
Currently Being ModeratedApr 17, 2009 3:01 PM (in response to Frank Jacob)Hello Frank,
The good thing of all your efforts is that you could determine the problem to iWeb.
Frank Jacob wrote:
... come on apple get it together!
Well, there are at least 2 more well known issues that you didn't verify yet, at least I didn't see it in your post.
i get a portion of the files published only.
This is a clue to these 2 issues: a wrong filename or a problematic widget.
Go back in history to the point where you had your last successful 'Publish'
Have a good look at the filenames of the pages you created since then.
Is a very big chance there is a "wrong" character in the name or 2 spaces..
With a little bit of luck, when you do a Publish, you can see iWeb hanging on the name
of the problematic page (not always).
If it isn't the filename, try selectively remove widgets and do a Publish.
The moment Publish works, you've found the villain.
As this tip involves deleting things, make a backup of your domain file first.
Let me know if these tips don't apply to your situation.
I still have one radical solution at hand.
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