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1st Page 2000, instead of Pagemill 3.0.1

Posted by Joanne_57 (My Page) on
Sat, Mar 9, 02 at 21:04

Just downloaded 1st Page 2000, thought I would try it instead of Pagemill, as I was having uploading problems, maybe at my servers end or at my end, not sure, and not able to resolve it at this time.My ISP will not be very helpful, as they only want my $200.00 Cdn/year for unlimited, dial-up access, anything beyond that, they really don't care about, only if they could charge me more for PC classes. I am a bit impatient ,Sooooo, does anyone use 1st page as their HTML editor/program? I can see that I'm gonna need alot of help, as I must be "The Most Impatient HTML/FTP Idiot" and I can't find a book for that type dunce. Although, I do understand HTML, to a minimal degree, I don't seem to understand 'how to get it UP on the web' to my allocated web space/site.
DUH!!!
Please help me if you have the patience for me. Thank you,
Joanne


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RE: 1st Page 2000, instead of Pagemill 3.0.1

Now, I can't seem to download "1st Transfer" from
www.evrsoft.com/1stpage/modules
whats up with this, anyone know??
maybe I should un-install both of these programs & pay for a REAL one. Any advise?,
again..., Billy Mummy:-lost-in-space.(warning-warning,Joanne, you are being too cheap!)
Joanne


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RE: 1st Page 2000, instead of Pagemill 3.0.1

You might look here for FTP instructions.

FTP Instructions

or here

Jaybird's Place

And heres Front Page Express if you are looking for a free editor.

Cheres Place

And you might look at this website for downloads and interesting information.

Tech Soup

JamesS


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RE: 1st Page 2000, instead of Pagemill 3.0.1

JamesS, thats 4 good links you've provided me with, I thank you kindly!!
Joanne


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