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post #11 of 20
either the default document could not be found at the specified URL or that the directory listings are not permitted

some **** up with ur host.
    
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Mad,

Did you follow these instructions, and specifically, did you make sure the files ended up in the folder called htdocs? You should not need to zip up the files, but just transfer all the files from you frontpage web folder to the htdocs folder on the server.
http://www.streamlinesupport.net/kbd...urferguide.pdf

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How do I upload files
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There are two ways to upload files, one is via FTP the other is via Frontpage extensions. In this knowledge base article we are going to cover FTP.

Files can be transferred to the web server using an FTP program (File Transfer Protocol), we recommend using FTP Surfer (www.ftpsurfer.com). Microsoft FrontPage users can 'publish' their sites to our server by using the built in publish facility.

For a tutorial on how to use FTP surfer please follow the link below:

How do you use FTP? (ftpsurferguide.pdf)

What are my FTP settings? These are the settings that should be used:

Ftp host name: ftp.yourdomainname.co.uk (you can also use ftp.streamline.net if you have not yet transferred your domain)
Username: yourdomainname.co.uk
Password: password
Default or remote directory: htdocs
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post #13 of 20
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Forbidden
You don't have permission to access / on this server.
For some reason, the server thinks you're trying to browse the files, rather than view the actual pages, with an Explorer.
post #14 of 20
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For some reason, the server thinks your trying to browse the files, rather than view the actual pages, with an Explorer.
It's either not in the htdocs folder, doesn't have the .html extensions, or there is something wrong with .htaccess
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For some reason, the server thinks you're trying to browse the files, rather than view the actual pages, with an Explorer.
I just uploaded the Zipped folder (definatley works fine with my host) to my site and i get the same "403" error, i'll try renaming the Index.htm
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post #16 of 20
Here is another way to do it directly through frontpage.

http://www.streamlinesupport.net/ind...ubid=8&catid=2

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Using Microsoft FrontPage to publish your website

Summary
This article describes how to use Microsoft FrontPage to publish your website.

Publishing your website involves copying the web pages that you have already created on your computer, to the StreamlineNet server on which your domain resides.

For information on how to create a website using FrontPage please refer to the documentation supplied with your MS FrontPage software.

Publishing from FrontPage:
You can only publish directly from FrontPage and use FrontPage specific features if you have ordered FrontPage Extensions. This can be ordered as an extra for your domain via your account control panel

Step 1: On the File menu, click Publish Web.

Step 2: In the Publish Destination dialog box and enter your domain URL (www.yourdomain.co.uk).
Note: If you have previously chosen a publishing destination for this web site, the Publish Destination dialog box will not appear. Proceed to step 4

Step 3:Click OK.

Step 4:Specify the pages you want to publish.
How?
  • In the Publish Web dialog box, click Options in the lower left corner.
  • Click the Publish tab, and do one or more of the following:
    - Under Publish, specify whether you want to publish only pages that have changed, or all pages.
    - Under Changes, specify how you want Microsoft FrontPage to determine which pages have been changed.
    - If you want to create a log file for changes made during publishing, select that check box.
  • Click OK.
Step 5:Click Publish.

FrontPage publishes your web site to the Web server you specified. If you want to verify that your web site was successfully published, click the hyperlink that is displayed after the web has been published — your web browser will open to the site you just published.

Note: If you cancel publishing in the middle of the operation, files that have already been published remain on the destination Web server.
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post #17 of 20
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Ok - I renamed the htm to a HTML and it works now but the images won't show.

www.ardbraehouse.co.uk

All the images I need are uploaded in the htdocs in a index files folder
    
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post #18 of 20
Quote:
Originally Posted by Mad_Handlez89 View Post
Ok - I renamed the htm to a HTML and it works now but the images won't show.

www.ardbraehouse.co.uk

All the images I need are uploaded in the htdocs in a index files folder
Congrats, it looks like it is now working.

Edit: looks like you still have a few issue to iron out with links and such, but at least you have it working and can make tweaks from here.
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post #19 of 20
Thread Starter 
I got it working guys - I need to iron out some hyperlinks and font erros but at least its live andworking

Rep+ for all
    
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hurray!
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