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Re: [HTML-on-the-WEB] How do I make a page open at full screen

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  • lokrin
    ... FTP stands for File Transfer Program (or Protocol). There are many free ones on the net and some pay ones, however the free ones work great. WS-FTP and
    Message 1 of 33 , Apr 1 1:31 AM
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      ~Pamela~ wrote:

      > Have a ?
      > I am moving all my stuff from one hosting company to another.
      > Back in my web tv days that would be pretty easy by just using a
      > transloader.
      > Is there a easy way to get it all there that I don't know about with
      > out doing it one thing at a time????
      > thanks!@
      > ~*Pam*~
      >
      >
      FTP stands for File Transfer Program (or Protocol). There are many free
      ones on the net and some pay ones, however the free ones work great.
      WS-FTP and AceFTP spring to mind. I'm using gFTP which is a default one
      for Gnome Linux.

      Also, if you own any type of HTML program like Arachnophilia or
      Dreamweaver or FrontPage - check and see if it contains an FTP program
      somewhere inside it. Many of them do, since they know it is almost an
      essential part of the process.

      HAPPY HIGH HOLY FIRST OF APRIL! =P
    • Robin Chapple
      Please change the subject line when the subject changes. I am interested in the original full screen thread but not interested in your hard drive. Thanks,
      Message 33 of 33 , Apr 3 1:36 AM
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        Please change the subject line when the subject changes.

        I am interested in the original "full screen" thread but not interested in
        your hard drive.

        Thanks,

        Robin



        At 2/04/2004 12:00 PM, you wrote:
        >leave it to me to mess my wording up...
        >\\BUT that is to transfer off my hard drive.
        >
        >that should be NOT on my hard drive!!!!
        >
        >~*Pam*~
        > ----- Original Message -----
        > From: ~Pamela~
        > To: HTML-on-the-WEB@yahoogroups.com
        > Sent: Thursday, April 01, 2004 8:09 PM
        > Subject: Re: [HTML-on-the-WEB] How do I make a page open at full screen
        >
        >
        > I understand FTP
        > I use it daily.
        > \BUT that is to transfer off my hard drive.
        > I have a zillion folders and files stored at my hosting company. I
        > have switched companies and need the stuff from one to the other...
        > you can not use that ftp for that(THAT I AM AWARE!!!!)
        > that is what I mean.
        > ~*Pam*~
        > ----- Original Message -----
        > From: lokrin
        > To: HTML-on-the-WEB@yahoogroups.com
        > Sent: Thursday, April 01, 2004 4:31 AM
        > Subject: Re: [HTML-on-the-WEB] How do I make a page open at full screen
        >
        >
        > ~Pamela~ wrote:
        >
        > > Have a ?
        > > I am moving all my stuff from one hosting company to another.
        > > Back in my web tv days that would be pretty easy by just using a
        > > transloader.
        > > Is there a easy way to get it all there that I don't know about with
        > > out doing it one thing at a time????
        > > thanks!@
        > > ~*Pam*~
        > >
        > >
        > FTP stands for File Transfer Program (or Protocol). There are many free
        > ones on the net and some pay ones, however the free ones work great.
        > WS-FTP and AceFTP spring to mind. I'm using gFTP which is a default one
        > for Gnome Linux.
        >
        > Also, if you own any type of HTML program like Arachnophilia or
        > Dreamweaver or FrontPage - check and see if it contains an FTP program
        > somewhere inside it. Many of them do, since they know it is almost an
        > essential part of the process.
        >
        > HAPPY HIGH HOLY FIRST OF APRIL! =P
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