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Moving web developed with iWeb on Mac to IIS server

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Hello.  I am with a small non-profit, and one of our staff has designed a replacement for our web site using iWeb, and is currently hosting it on web.mac.com.  Our current web site is hosted on an IIS server, and we would like to use the new design but host it on our own domain on the IIS server.  Does anyone have any experience with this?  Can it be transported - or is it Mac specific?  Any hints about how to do it?  Once moved, how can it be modified when necessary - is iWeb the only option?  Thanks in advance for any help you can offer!
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Hosting is not really the issue - we already host the site on an IIS server and that is all working fine.  My question has more to do with whether this new site (set of pages) developed using iWeb on a Mac can be hosted on the IIS server.  For development the pages currently reside on web.mac.com, which apparently provides some sort of hosting service for iWeb users.
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One additional question:  what is the best way to download all the .html files created by iWeb?  I can view it with IE, so I know it works on that browser, and I can see the individual HTML files (and various graphics files) but there are hundreds of them - do I need to download each file and save it individually, or is there a way to pick them all up?
tough to do, with ease.  If all files were linked on a master page, you could chose -- save file to hard disk from the browser, and in the options list below, choose complete web page -- then all files linked by the web page would be saved into a single folder -- very convenient.

WIthout that, you pretty much have to use an FTP program, get into your site, pick a folder on the HDD on the left, highlight all on the right, and click the down arrow.  It will make a flawless copy of your site, however.
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