Doteasy format problems

Discussion in 'HTML' started by gplantam@gmail.com, Jan 25, 2007.

  1. Guest

    I signed up at Doteasy.com and am trying to recreate my Geocities
    website there. If you use Doteasy web builder, you can only create
    pages using one of their formats (with a frame for links, and one for
    logo, etc). I have contacted their cust. service several times (by
    e-mail...they don't give you a phone number to call) and am told that
    to do a page with my own layout (with different frames, or no frames) I
    have to create it with another utility and FTP it to the doteasy
    domain. I tried this and I don't see the HTML file I FTP'ed showing up
    on-line. I can't even tell Doteasy's file manager to "publish" the
    HTML file, because it doesn't show up. When I look in the Fetch FTP
    window, it shows the file was copied to the domain files.

    Doteasy's cust. service finally said they'd call me at a time of my
    choosing for live advice, but after 3 days I have yet to hear from
    them. Can anybody help? I have a very important business site to get
    up ASAP. Am I supposed to FTP the file(s) to a specific folder? Is
    doteasy not compatible with certain systems?

    Please help!

    Greg
    , Jan 25, 2007
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  2. Neredbojias Guest

    On Thu, 25 Jan 2007 05:41:22 GMT scribed:

    > I signed up at Doteasy.com and am trying to recreate my Geocities
    > website there. If you use Doteasy web builder, you can only create
    > pages using one of their formats (with a frame for links, and one for
    > logo, etc). I have contacted their cust. service several times (by
    > e-mail...they don't give you a phone number to call) and am told that
    > to do a page with my own layout (with different frames, or no frames) I
    > have to create it with another utility and FTP it to the doteasy
    > domain. I tried this and I don't see the HTML file I FTP'ed showing up
    > on-line. I can't even tell Doteasy's file manager to "publish" the
    > HTML file, because it doesn't show up. When I look in the Fetch FTP
    > window, it shows the file was copied to the domain files.
    >
    > Doteasy's cust. service finally said they'd call me at a time of my
    > choosing for live advice, but after 3 days I have yet to hear from
    > them. Can anybody help? I have a very important business site to get
    > up ASAP. Am I supposed to FTP the file(s) to a specific folder? Is
    > doteasy not compatible with certain systems?


    These days hosts are cheap and plentiful. If you're having trouble with
    one, just move to another.

    --
    Neredbojias
    He who laughs last sounds like an idiot.
    Neredbojias, Jan 25, 2007
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  3. Guest

    Has anyone else have problems like this with Doteasy?


    Neredbojias wrote:
    > On Thu, 25 Jan 2007 05:41:22 GMT scribed:
    >
    > > I signed up at Doteasy.com and am trying to recreate my Geocities
    > > website there. If you use Doteasy web builder, you can only create
    > > pages using one of their formats (with a frame for links, and one for
    > > logo, etc). I have contacted their cust. service several times (by
    > > e-mail...they don't give you a phone number to call) and am told that
    > > to do a page with my own layout (with different frames, or no frames) I
    > > have to create it with another utility and FTP it to the doteasy
    > > domain. I tried this and I don't see the HTML file I FTP'ed showing up
    > > on-line. I can't even tell Doteasy's file manager to "publish" the
    > > HTML file, because it doesn't show up. When I look in the Fetch FTP
    > > window, it shows the file was copied to the domain files.
    > >
    > > Doteasy's cust. service finally said they'd call me at a time of my
    > > choosing for live advice, but after 3 days I have yet to hear from
    > > them. Can anybody help? I have a very important business site to get
    > > up ASAP. Am I supposed to FTP the file(s) to a specific folder? Is
    > > doteasy not compatible with certain systems?

    >
    > These days hosts are cheap and plentiful. If you're having trouble with
    > one, just move to another.
    >
    > --
    > Neredbojias
    > He who laughs last sounds like an idiot.
    , Jan 26, 2007
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