Thanks. A great video. I will try that, it seems like the thins I need for local publishing:)
But I have another little (big ) problem regarding publishing.
As I mentioned I am looking for a replacement for iWeb, and I have made a rather large site (many pages) in iWeb containing family stories, pictures, and history. This site, and a number of other sites, I have hosted at a web-server hosting supplier, which have been working beautifully through the years.
Now, here comes my challenge: When I publish a RapidWeaver site to my web-server it names the first page index.html, and it places the page in the root folder. The same thing is iWeb doing, in the sence that the index.html page is pointing to the Welcome page, which means that when I publish a site from RapidWeaver to the web-server and wants to view the site, the site I am getting up in my browser is my former published iWeb site.
My iWeb site pages are stored on the web-server in a folder named with the Webplace Name I supplied in the iWeb settings pane, but it seems that RapidWeaver will store the pages directly in the root of my web-server.
Is there any way that I can split this