I have two web pages at the same server. I can login into one but not the other. The login in page says ther is a problem with my id and pass word. Yet I contacted the server and they say m account is still there and I should be able to login in to it. I looked and I am spelling everything right. The web page server insists it is the server I signed on to the enternet with. How can my main server effect them. It’s the web server that logs you in and out of your tools for your web page. How can my main server make it not recoghize my password and ID?
The problem would be with your web host that you are logging into – NOT who you have connected to the internet with.
Possibly a cookie on your computer if you are saving your name or password – you can try deleting your cookies.
Have they tried to reset your password for you at least?
I’m getting tired of allways using the same web pages (hi5.com, youtube.com, miniclip.com, linerider.com,mtv.com,photobucket.com etc)
So can you please give me some fun web pages?
It will be great if they have something to with photography (not editing pictures, something like photobucket), music (interactive =p, or just something that has to do with music)… books, such as how to write a book or book summaries and reviews, i don’t really know…….JUST SOMETHING TO DO!
P.S nothing porn and stupid things plz..
Install stumbler on your browser and it will bring you to cool sites everytime you click the button.
How to organize web pages on a remote host in a coherent manner?
I am a beginning programmer learning how to build web pages. I have written codes for a website that I have built but I don’t know how to organize them in a coherent manner on the remote host. For example, how do I ensure that one of my web pages function as the default front page of my website and link that front page to my domain name? I am trying to do this without a CMS like CMS made easy as I need to learn how the whole thing works. Could anyone help me? Thanks!
Your website can have directories just like the “folders” on your own computer. These will become part of the web address to access any content stored in those directories. So, to designate a certain page as the default front page for your domain, you should name it “index.html” and place it in the root directory of the site. There are other ways, but that’s the simplest. If you’re not sure what your root directory is, check with your hosting service.
There are no requirements on how to organize your content. In fact, if you’re making a simple website, it’s fine to dump it all in the root directory. But most sites are made of hundreds or thousands of files, so it can be helpful to organize them into subdirectories. And you can have a default page for each subdirectory – always named “index.html”
Some people like to put all of their pages in the root, and all their images in a single subdirectory. Other people like to have a different directory for each page, with all the images for each page in the same directory as that page. There’s no right or wrong way to do it, as long as you’re satisfied with the results.
Just keep in mind that the location where a file is stored on the web server determines its URL (address). So, for instance, if you have one page with a link to a second one, but then you move that second page to another folder, you have to remember to change the link in the first page, or else the browser will get “Page Not Found” when they click that link.
If you want to give a bit more information about what kind of content you’ve got, I could give more specific suggestions…
How to make web pages fit into my browser screen?
I use firefox and I would like to view all web pages in their entirety without the horizontal scrolling bar at the bottom of the page.
I know it is possible, but when I updated a new skin, web pages no longer fit and I only see 70% of the web page.
Is it a problem with the skin or can I change the settings of the browser to make all web pages shrink to fit full view?
Thanks for your time!
The easiest way is to press ctrl+mouse wheel, it resize the text and size of the page. Problem is that will shrink the text size so it may be hard to read.
A more complicated way is to change the resolution of your monitor, In windows xp, this is done by right clicking the desktop and selecting properties > settings and increasing the size.
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