RE: my website
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MessageSorry all, jumped in too soon. I agree you will have to call Shaw to get your password reset.As for the website, she used a program available here - http://www.gedpage.com/ for $10 US.Good luck,Yvette-----Original Message-----
From: owner-dist-gen@... [mailto:owner-dist-gen@...] On Behalf Of Yvette Campagne
Sent: Wednesday, July 06, 2011 10:18 AM
Subject: RE: my websiteAt this point there are a almost an infinite number of possibilities here of the way she could have set up your website. We need more information from you.Do you pay an annual fee to a company for this website? If so, look for an email from them with a username and password and a change-the-website link. Or Judith probably sent you this information and you didn't know what it was so ignored it. Once you get that, then you need to find a new person to look after your website for you.If it is a free website, then send your website link (www.yourwebsite.com) and any number of people here could lookup and find the name of the company where you are registered. Then you could search your inbox for emails from them for those three pieces of information that you need before you can proceed.Good luck,Yvette Campagne-----Original Message-----
From: owner-dist-gen@... [mailto:owner-dist-gen@...] On Behalf Of Jim Benedict
Sent: Tuesday, July 05, 2011 8:16 PM
To: Wally & kathy
Subject: Re: my websiteIt depends on what you want your website to do for you. By that, I mean, is it okay the way it is now, or do you want to work on it further? Sorry, but I don't even know what your website looks like currently or what Judy was doing for you on the site. If you can send us the link to the site or the Internet address, some of us could take a look and make some further suggestions if you want.Jim BenedictChair, Computer SIG of AFHS=================================
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From: Wally & kathy <Kashuba4@...>
Date: Tuesday, July 5, 2011 3:42 pm
Subject: my website
To: dist-gen <dist-gen@...>
> Hello All,
> Judy Remple made a website for me and had control of it.
> If I wanted any changed made, I had to send the new info to her
> and she would charge me to make the changes.
> Now I am wondering what to do with my site. I can’t access
> it to take it off the net or to make any changes. What
> have others done?
> Kathy Kashuba