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    Senior Member Snicklefritz's Avatar
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    making a blog with iweb

    I'm trying to make my own blog using iweb. when I click on the "publish" option,
    I get the following error message:

    Can’t create the file “RSS.png.” The disk may be damaged or full, or you may not have sufficient access privileges. My hard drive has plenty of space and I don't know why it would complain about access, so I have no idea what is going on.


    Does anyone know what to do about this problem? It goes away when I remove the "rss" widget, but then the blog itself doesn't work when I view it on the internet...

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    Senior Member crdean1's Avatar
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    The Publish option wouldn't have anything to do with your HD, I wouldn't think. Looks like there's maybe a bad setting or file in there. A .png file is a picture file, like a .jpg. So, it looks like it is having trouble uploading the actual RSS picture file.

    Try publishing one page at a time and see what happens (start small, then add pages and publish every time you finish one. May be a problem with your iDisk or .Mac (me.com).

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    Senior Member Snicklefritz's Avatar
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    I'm publishing to a file rather than to iDisk or .mac
    (I do webhosting with something other than mac.com)

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    Disk Utility -> Repair Permissions?

    Really no clue at this point, but every time I see something about access privileges, that's my first thought.

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