3 Replies Latest reply: Sep 1, 2011 2:44 PM by Old Toad
joanlvh Level 2 (325 points)

after upgrading to Lion I no longer can find the web site i created in Leopard and also used in Snow Leopard.  I of course can see it online, but cannot find it to continue to work on it.    thank you   joanlvh

MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.6.7)
  • QuickTimeKirk Level 9 (52,210 points)

    Switch to the Finder and hold down the Option key while clicking on the Go menu.

    Scroll down to Library to open your User Library folder.

    Navigate to the Application Support / iWeb folder and doble click the Domain.site2 package file.

  • Wyodor Level 6 (19,730 points)

    See the links on the right under More like this.


    Or type the words lion iweb file in the search field above.


    Or copy this line :


    ~/Library/Application Support/iWeb/


    and do Command-Shift-G in the Finder, paste and hit return.


    Or use Google : http://www.google.com/search?q=show+library+folder+iweb

  • Old Toad Level 10 (135,334 points)

    In Lion the Library folder is now invisible. To make it permanently visible enter the following in the Terminal application window: chflags nohidden ~/Library and hit the Enter button - 10.7: Un-hide the User Library folder.


    For opening your domain file in Lion for the first time or to switch between multiple domain files  Cyclosaurus has provided us with the following script that you can make into an Applescript application with Script Editor. Open Script Editor, copy and paste the script below into Script Editor's window and save as an application.


    Just launch the applicaiton, find and select the domain file you want to open and it will open with iWeb. It modifies the iWeb preference file each time it's launched so one can switch between domain files.


    do shell script "/usr/bin/defaults write com.apple.iWeb iWebDefaultsDocumentPath -boolean no"

    delay 1

    tell application "iWeb" to activate


    Or you can download an already compiiled version with this link: iWeb Switch Domain.