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Old January 21st, 2005, 07:54 PM
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I dont know if I am posting this in the right place but I am trying to get help on mainting my website. I had someone put it together for me and then basically didnt show me how to do anything! I have found out how to post pictures. But now how do I publish them to the web? Can someone please help me or guide me in the right direction!:D
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I think you'll need to provide us (or get) more information.

For example, where is the Web site hosted? With an ISP? If so, can you get access to their sever through FTP? Can you contact the host / ISP for more information?

When you say "post pictures", do you mean you can add them through an internet website, like www.yoursite.com/Admin for example? If that is the case, it sounds like you have an online Content Management System, that often also allows you to publish things.

Can you no longer contact the one that built your site?

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Ok, bear with me. I can add pictures meaning when you go in to do maintenance on your site. Such as adding information or deleting. I have it saved but when I go onto the internet and look at my website the pictures I added are not there. I know I am missing a step to get them published there! Sorry for being so fague but I am learning this one thing at a time:)

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Hi! :)

You really have to offer more information. Where does this adding and deleting take place? In some kind of program on your local machine? In a control panel at your web host? Using FTP or similar? And what is the URL?

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Ok, I go into macromedia dreamweaver MX 2004, then I open the page that I am working on. My web address is http://digitaldesignsbylynette.com

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Right, so you change your pages locally, and then send them to your ISP?

You should probably use FTP for this. You should ask your ISP, or the person that made the site for the details.
You need an FTP host (e.g. ftp.digitaldesignsbylynette.com) or an IP address, a user name and a password.

Once you have that, you can configure Dreamweaver to send the files from your machine to the remote host, whenever you change / save a file, or you can sync your entire site to the remote location.

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