In article <190720030536161279%thomasareeddont.spam.me>,
Thomas Reed <thomasareeddont.spam.me> wrote:
You go to the HomePage constrction site where you create the overall> I decided to try using .Mac's tools for publishing a web site, since it
> makes it easy to publish photos via iPhoto. However, I'm having a
> problem -- when I go to my .Mac website
> (<http://homepage.mac.com/thomasareed>), it doesn't show my main page!
> I've noticed that the main page is called Menu1.html. I tried adding
> an index.html file containing a refresh META command to redirect the
> browser to Menu1.html, and that worked, but it's kind of a hack. In
> Safari, I could briefly see the index.html page displayed before it
> redirects, even though I set the refresh interval to 0.
> Any ideas how I can get .Mac to display Menu1.html as the "home" page?
> The .Mac online help isn't helping.
> Thanks in advance!
layout of your own site. On the top of the page It shos your page names
in a list. And. it has tabs for Photo Album, File Sharing, Site Menu,
etc along the left side near the middle bottom.
It is in this area at the top, where your individual pages are
listed, that you select the Homepage for your site. Which ever page is
at the top of the list is the homepage for your site and it is listed
in bold type. Simply drag which ever page you want to the top of the
list. It will change to bold type and become your homepage.
Contrary to what anonther replier has said, you do not rename the
page the index.html. As far as I know your cannot rename any of the