The topic of hosting an iWeb site on a server that isn’t run by .Mac could rightfully fill another ebook. However, it wouldn’t be fair to you to talk about setting up your own Web site without at least touching on the subject, so this appendix gives an overview of how to host your site someplace other than .Mac.
To host your Web site elsewhere than .Mac, follow these steps:
Decide at what Web location your site will be reachable. Web-hosting companies typically offer you one or more of the following choices for the start of a URL:
A special path at the hosting company from a domain they control: This is common because it requires the least effort by the hosting company. The pattern is usually http://www.example.com/username ...