Re: [NTO] Fwd: Re: [NTB] can notepad upload files onto server?
- First suggestion
In the un-zipped files has the supplier included any 'help', 'getting
started' or perhaps 'read this first' files ? They could have the
extension 'txt' or 'doc'.
If there really isn't any help file, any chance of a refund ? Because I
have my doubts whether this long distance hand holding is going to be
If there are no help files and no refund, one of the unzipped files should
be called 'index.html' or 'index.htm'. Open this file up with Notetab and
hopefully there will be some comments or clues as what to do next in the
HTML code. Be careful you make no changes to this file without making a
back-up copy first.
If anybody else can think of a solution to the problem please feel free to
--- fw7oaks <fw7oaks@...> wrote:
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> To: email@example.com
> From: "mjhsydney" <mjhsydney@...>
> Date: Sun, 16 Apr 2006 07:00:03 -0000
> Subject: Re: [NTB] can notepad upload files onto server?
> thankyou for your help with my questions
> i have un-zipped the files. but i haven't yet customized the files
> which is the part that is freaking me out as the file has 100's of
> pages (files) and i thought i was just needing to upload all these
> files onto the server and it would be finished??? but you have
> pointed out the step that i should have been doing.... thanks heaps
> as well as editing the files with the ads - do i need to format the
> ads so that they sit on different parts of the page?
> also, i need to add the website template/design - is this correct?
> thankyou again for your help :)
> > --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, fw7oaks <fw7oaks@...> wrote:
> > >
> > From the information you've given I suspect that you need to do three
> > things.
> > A) un-pack the zip files,
> > B) customize the files (edit, filling the blanks space in the
> > templates) so that they have 'your' info in them
> > C) upload to the server,
> > There's a fourth stage, worry when nothing works as it should, this
> > normally due to problems with links being incorrect. However, let's
> > worry about that after you have edited the templates to make 'your'
> > site from the generic masters and uploaded to the server.