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jane bond
01-30-2006, 09:30 PM
HELP!! I had no problems publishing my pages, but when I tried to veiw it in my browser, it came up

Index of:

all my files listed.

www.fineartanddecor.com (http://www.fineartanddecor.com)

I did have the name of the hompage wrong, but I have since changed it to index and reloaded.

The domain is with another site, I checked to make sure the nameserver and DNS were correct and they are.

Thanks
Terri

VodaHost
01-30-2006, 09:37 PM
looks ok to me.

jane bond
01-30-2006, 09:43 PM
Thanks, I reloaded all the pages and voila!!!!!! The site itself still needs work tho!

jane bond
01-30-2006, 10:25 PM
Well, now I've got a new problem. The homepage is pushed to the right, I have the center in page disabled, tried it in 800 x 600 and the original 1028 x 718, and the objects do not go any further to the left in BlueVoda. I also tried the lock option on the images.

Any ideas? I'm sure it's something simple I'm just overlooking.

navaldesign
01-31-2006, 12:32 AM
Well, now I've got a new problem. The homepage is pushed to the right, I have the center in page disabled, tried it in 800 x 600 and the original 1028 x 718, and the objects do not go any further to the left in BlueVoda. I also tried the lock option on the images.

Any ideas? I'm sure it's something simple I'm just overlooking.

You have the page centered in browser ENABLED. Look at your HTML code and you will see it:

width: 1028px;
position: relative;
margin-top: 0px;
margin-left: auto;
margin-right: auto;
text-align: left;

jane bond
01-31-2006, 03:49 AM
Thanks for the reply, but I did not have it enabled, made sure to disable it. I deleted the slide-out nav bar and replaced it with a static one and, LO, the page is now perfect...mystery to me!

navaldesign
01-31-2006, 07:01 AM
Thanks for the reply, but I did not have it enabled, made sure to disable it. I deleted the slide-out nav bar and replaced it with a static one and, LO, the page is now perfect...mystery to me!

Jane, unless my browser is playing with me, your HOME page is stll centered, the rest of your pages not. This little piece of code of the above post, is for centering the page. Mine is a 22" Philips monitor, set at 1600resolution. I should see if your pages are not centered. In smaler monitors and lower resolution you can't understand because the centered page and the non centered ones take exactly the same space.

jane bond
01-31-2006, 05:02 PM
That's so odd. It comes up fine on my browser. I will try what you suggest. Thanks.

The Admin
02-04-2006, 05:57 AM
it comes up centered on mine also...http://www.fineartanddecor.com/designers.html....if you look at that page and look at the Maquee and you see that it cuts off the lettering. Resize the Marquee box and it will fix that problem

Donnanunn
02-05-2006, 10:52 AM
HELP!! I had no problems publishing my pages, but when I tried to veiw it in my browser, it came up

Index of:

all my files listed.

Nyoman
02-05-2006, 11:04 AM
HELP!! I had no problems publishing my pages, but when I tried to veiw it in my browser, it came up

Index of:

all my files listed.
most probably you didn't publish your index page to your main directory.
what is your URL so we can take a look ?

kenkew
02-17-2006, 11:31 AM
I have a similar problem. In the remote FTP list I sometimes see index.html but also Index.html (Cap I).
I also seem to have two sites. www.kengar.com/ (http://www.kengar.com/) and www.kengar.com/Index.html (http://www.kengar.com/Index.html) The second one shows my site as it should be...the first one, the one I want, won't now load a pic I placed on there.
What's my problem?

Nyoman
02-17-2006, 12:16 PM
why you have to make 2 index page in one direction ? make your page as index and not Index .
your picture won't load in www.kengar.com (http://www.kengar.com) i am sure because the name of the image was mistake . the correct one is 010July04_01.jpg and not 010July04.jpg. check it out

navaldesign
02-17-2006, 12:19 PM
I have a similar problem. In the remote FTP list I sometimes see index.html but also Index.html (Cap I).
I also seem to have two sites. www.kengar.com/ (http://www.kengar.com/) and www.kengar.com/Index.html (http://www.kengar.com/Index.html) The second one shows my site as it should be...the first one, the one I want, won't now load a pic I placed on there.
What's my problem?

You have saved your index page on your computer with two different names, index and Index. Open in BV the one that is correct, save it as index (Lowercase i) and publish it. The image doesn't show because the link is set to 010July04.jpg whilst the correct one, as it appears in your index.html page, is 010July04_01.jpg

kenkew
02-17-2006, 12:39 PM
I have BVIndex which loaded as default in my BlueVoda computer files. It's the one with the BV logo. This is the page I save to. That's not right? Also the image 010July04_01.jpg is the one showing in my FTP. That's where the confusion comes. It's showing the right pic but not when I publish. Why am I seeming to publish all files into www.kengar.com/Index .html and not into www. kengar.com ?

kenkew
02-17-2006, 01:09 PM
Thanks Guys. With your help I seem to have managed it. Need to spend more time 'playing'. Thanks again.

navaldesign
02-17-2006, 01:14 PM
I have BVIndex which loaded as default in my BlueVoda computer files. It's the one with the BV logo. This is the page I save to. That's not right? Also the image 010July04_01.jpg is the one showing in my FTP. That's where the confusion comes. It's showing the right pic but not when I publish. Why am I seeming to publish all files into www.kengar.com/Index (http://www.kengar.com/Index) .html and not into www. kengar.com ?

Please don't get confused. The default name in BV is index. It gets saved in your local computer as index.bvp . When you publish, it is tranfrormed in index.html. ALL COMPUTER BROWSERS, when you type in f.e. www.kengar.com (http://www.kengar.com/) get connected to your site, and, by default, show up the index.html page in your site. There is no difference whether you type in Internet Explorer www.kengar.com (http://www.kengar.com/) or www.kengar.com/index.html (http://www.kengar.com/index.html).

The other page instead, Index.html can only be found by your browser, if you type in the address bar the complete URL. So, Index.html page is useless. You can delete it. I can see that you have already solved the image problem. A last thing: you are publishing in public_html, which is your default folder on your site. You are not publishing anything in kengar.com/Index.

Sorry, i posted just before I saw you did.

kenkew
02-17-2006, 03:55 PM
I'm publishing in the wrong place then? Shish. my site is still not quite right, maybe you've found out why. How do I post in the right place?...

navaldesign
02-17-2006, 04:46 PM
I'm publishing in the wrong place then? Shish. my site is still not quite right, maybe you've found out why. How do I post in the right place?...

No, you are publishing in the correct place , which is the "public_html" folder on your site. index.html is just the name of your homepage, and the one that browsers will look for first, when someone connects to your site typing simply www.kengar.com (http://www.kengar.com/)