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(Message started by: Tim Dittfield on Jul 6th, 2005, 9:19am)

Title: publishing in aol space
Post by Tim Dittfield on Jul 6th, 2005, 9:19am
Does anyone know how to publish in the aol ftp (not the hometown) space? Despite numberous attempts, I cannot get my website uploaded.

Title: Re: publishing in aol space
Post by Tim Dittfield on Jul 9th, 2005, 9:40am
:) Finally figured it out, with some help from Rob and Luke at VisualVision... To begin, have your main page (index page) displayed, go to hypertext>current hypertext properties, and click on the 2nd tab. In the top right enter index.html
Next, under Publish>setup the server setting must be:
members.aol.com
set initial remote directory to:
/
set www path to:
http://members.aol.com:\
as it loads the pages, you should see it is going to:
http://members.aol.com:\index.html
the other settings:
User identifier:
anonymous
password:
"yourscreenname"@aol.com, where "your screenname" is your actual screen name.
It took me some time, and some frustration, to get published... but I finally got published! Sorry for taking my frustration out on visual vision staff, they really are very helpful, and the product is GREAT!

Title: Re: publishing in aol space
Post by Tim Dittfield on Jul 9th, 2005, 9:40am
:) Finally figured it out, with some help from Rob and Luke at VisualVision... To begin, have your main page (index page) displayed, go to hypertext>current hypertext properties, and click on the 2nd tab. In the top right enter index.html
Next, under Publish>setup the server setting must be:
members.aol.com
set initial remote directory to:
/
set www path to:
http://members.aol.com:\
as it loads the pages, you should see it is going to:
http://members.aol.com:\index.html
the other settings:
User identifier:
anonymous
password:
"yourscreenname"@aol.com, where "your screenname" is your actual screen name.
It took me some time, and some frustration, to get published... but I finally got published! Sorry for taking my frustration out on visual vision staff, they really are very helpful, and the product is GREAT!



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