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cleffern
11-03-2006, 12:13 AM
hi im confuzed and i need help
you know in bluevoda when you create a site it has a url
well i want to know how you set the url to a page cause i remembered you need to put in the url of a page for it to work soooo...how do i set the url to a page

bill2006
11-03-2006, 01:37 AM
Hi Cleffern, what is your webiste or URL or domain name?
When you create a page in BV you save it as index and publish. You must have a VodaHost account and a domain name to publish.

cleffern
11-03-2006, 01:41 AM
hey what i mean is like you know how to make a link from one page to another,right well thats when you need the url but i was wordering how does that work if you dont put a url name thing on the page you want it to link to

cleffern
11-03-2006, 01:45 AM
ok um explain wat you said just now to me again i dont understand
i mean like when you make a link from one page to another and you type in a url name thing but wat i want to know is how do u set one to a page cuz wat sense does it make if you type the url if the page you want it linked to doesnt have that url for the link to send you to oh and in case this might be importand i havent published my website yet i want it as complete as i can get it before i publish it

Bethers
11-03-2006, 03:31 AM
you have to name the pages that you are making - those page names become part of the url.

for example, if your website is
www.domain.com (http://www.domain.com)

and you name a page hello, then the url to that page will be:
www.domain.com/hello.html (http://www.domain.com/hello.html)

cleffern
11-03-2006, 08:33 PM
you have to name the pages that you are making - those page names become part of the url.

for example, if your website is
www.domain.com (http://www.domain.com)

and you name a page hello, then the url to that page will be:
www.domain.com/hello.html (http://www.domain.com/hello.html)


ok then wat i want to know is how does the program know that i want the page that is called hello to be a part of domain.com for all i know i want it to be a part of another website

cleffern
11-03-2006, 08:41 PM
uh ok obviously you guys dont understand so ill make it easier

you know how when you make a menu bar you type the url of the page you want it to be linked to, well wat i want to know is, is how do i set the url of a page so that when you click the menu button it'll send me to this page im working on. eg i have a home page and a sub page how do i setthe url of the home page and sub page, so that the munu botton will send me to the page im on.
i know that you type the url on the menu prporties and all of that but what sense does it make if you have a url in the menu bar when you dont have a page with that set url

cleffern
11-03-2006, 08:43 PM
Hi Cleffern, what is your webiste or URL or domain name?
When you create a page in BV you save it as index and publish. You must have a VodaHost account and a domain name to publish.

note what he says here he asks me what my URL or domain name is
well i don't know because i haven't set any of my pages with any .................so how do i do that??????????


oh and by the way i havent published my website yet so i dont know if its something that you do after you publish it

Andy128
11-03-2006, 08:53 PM
If I understand correctly............

Ok- if you are using the BV web builder- links will not work until you publish the page to the server (Voda Host). There is no way for you to test them until the pages are published.

Therefore, what you want to do is a waste of time for one very big reason- If you are not including your website name (ie- your basic URL- mywebsite.com) in the links, then if and when you publish, you will have to re-do all those links on all the pages.

So- if I understand, you cannot test things out by linking home_page to page_2.

You must use the full URL for links.

So, the first thing to do is decide on a website name. Make sure it is not already taken. You can check this
at betterwhois.com . Then, when you have a website name that you like, purchase it from Voda Host or another
domain name registar. Then, purchase a Voda Host account and start building and publishing your created pages.


Cheers,

Andy

Bethers
11-04-2006, 01:12 AM
And when you publish you publish the pages to the domain that you want them in - that's how it knows which domain that page belongs to.

cleffern
11-04-2006, 02:28 AM
ok i think i understand so when i publish my website thats when i choose the url for each idividual page and then i make the links ok thx oh and im curious how much does it cost to publish a website and if posible how can i get another company like google to pay for me if i sponser their products

Andy128
11-04-2006, 05:06 AM
With Voda Host it works out to be $7.95 per month hosting if you pay for one year. $9.95 per month if you pay monthly. To purchase your domain name it is around $20 and then $20/year. Most times Voda Host runs specials where you get a free domain name and they wave the set up fee ($30) if you sign up for a year of more.

Google Ad-sense is one way to get paid for people using your site and clicking on google ads.

Andy

cleffern
11-05-2006, 04:15 AM
With Voda Host it works out to be $7.95 per month hosting if you pay for one year. $9.95 per month if you pay monthly. To purchase your domain name it is around $20 and then $20/year. Most times Voda Host runs specials where you get a free domain name and they wave the set up fee ($30) if you sign up for a year of more.

Google Ad-sense is one way to get paid for people using your site and clicking on google ads.

Andy

ok i'm a little confused how about u just tell me the overall amount thank you so much .....oh and how do i get a company like google to sponser my website do i ask the people personally or something and they send me money to me by wat airmail or post or straight to my bank acount

navaldesign
11-05-2006, 04:33 AM
Ok, prices are in http://www.vodahost.com/prices.htm .As you can see the annual contract costs $95.40 and it includes a free (for the first year) domain name registration.

Google will not sponsor your (or anyone else's) site. However, if you create a nice site, and you have some good traffic, you may add Google (or other's) ads in your pages, and make some (little) money from there. You may also consider selling advertisement space (like olacing banners etc) in your pages. But it mostly depends on what kind of website you are building, the market you are pointing to , etc.