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Posted by: twinka Posted on: Mar 21st, 2003, 6:47pm
This my first attempt ever at doing a personal website.  I'm really proud of it.  Problem is to get it published.  I have a ftp server and username and password and www path and all that.  My main page is named index.html.  It will even show that it published okay.  When I click on my website it says that it hasn't been uploaded.  Any ideas what I'm doing wrong?  I am ready to pull my hair out.  The program is great, but won't do me much good if I can't get it on a site. Help someone....
Posted by: twinka Posted on: Mar 22nd, 2003, 6:39am
Okay I did finally get it to the point that the background keeps flashing up and it says loading, but it will flash and try to load for I don't know how long...I gave up after 5 minutes.  Should I have put things in separate folders?  It is about 6 pages. I think I confused it and myself.  We are both going in circles.  Any ideas?
Posted by: Support Staff Posted on: Mar 22nd, 2003, 7:02am
The important FTP publishing parameters are:
- ftp server name
- username
- password
- initial directory
 
Some servers require initial directory =
/public_html
or
/html
or
/www
or
/htdocs
 
Please check this is correct.
 
The default name of the main page (home page) is index.htm
To change it ALWAYS use "Hypertext" then "Current hypertext properties" then second tab, then edit the name in the box "Cover Page Name (HTML)".
 
DO NOT USE the gray box "Format >Page properties" for the home page (page #0 by default); that box is intended in case you want to change the name of other pages (not the cover).
 
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Posted by: Daniel Gauthier Posted on: Mar 23rd, 2003, 6:05am
Glad Twinky put this one on.  I'm not there yet but will be handy to re-read what was posted here.
 
My problem?  Re-building from scratch all that I did in Front Page ha!
 
1.  After I typed in header at 36 can't seem to change return space created after.  It stays at 36.
 
2. Insert image.  Centered, hit return at 36 again.  Type text (centered too).
 
3. Go to preview in browser, image is off center with regards to text.  Must add a couple of spaces to image in order to make it centered.
 
4. How can I change text size from 36 to any other?  
 
Grazie!
Posted by: Support Staff Posted on: Mar 24th, 2003, 3:22am
Just use the toolbar buttons to change the text size or to center the paragraph.
 
CTRL+F6 removes all formatting info and makes the text to look exacly as wanted by the Style applied to the current paragraph.
 
Please read the PDF manual and the chapter about Styles for learning how to use styles: styles are the most important thing for a professional Website.
 
For placing images on the page you can use "transparent tables". There is also a chapter on the PDF manual that teach how to correctly setup a Web page in order to make it good at any resolution (any kind of monitor, any window size).
 
Hope this helps
Posted by: Daniel Gauthier Posted on: Mar 24th, 2003, 5:27pm
It works Support!
 
You know, it's going to take a while before I get used to EasyWeb after being so much more familiar with FP.
 
Thanks again for the prompt response!
Posted by: dantheman Posted on: Mar 26th, 2003, 8:18am
Hum!
 
As I slowly build up my personal webpage from FrontPage to Easy Web Editor I've found a nice freeware that strips html tags.  It's called NoteTab Light.
Posted by: Sahjan Posted on: Jul 9th, 2003, 1:23pm
Hey, I need help... I can't find the way to build the site here. Where's the part, where you build a site?
Posted by: Support Staff Posted on: Jul 13th, 2003, 3:30pm
This is the Web Forum of EasyWebEditor / 1SITE.
See http://www.easywebeditor.com for purchasing the product (so you will be able to create your own web site).


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