Freepages-Help-L Archives

Archiver > Freepages-Help > 2008-08 > 1219719715

From: "Lucinda Blankenship" <>
Subject: Re: [FreeHelp] trouble with ftp of updates since server upgrade
Date: Mon, 25 Aug 2008 22:01:55 -0500
References: <><000301c906aa$3e598170$0200a8c0@KITCHENCOMPUTER><>
In-Reply-To: <>

Thanks for your kind help, Pat. I had the photo named correctly, it just
wasn't showing up. I have switched to cute ftp. Works like a charm, not as
easy as using ftp directly from Frontpage but works well enough. Thanks for
the nice answer to my questions. I have been successful uploading using
ONLY was
unable to connect. I'm back up and running-just having to get used to
something new is mildly annoying when I don't have much spare time. Thanks

Cindy B.

Being happy doesn't mean everything is perfect. It means you've decided to
see beyond the imperfections.

-----Original Message-----
From: Pat Asher [mailto:]
Sent: Monday, August 25, 2008 12:54 PM
To: ;
Subject: Re: [FreeHelp] trouble with ftp of updates since server upgrade

At 08:01 AM 8/25/2008, Lucinda Blankenship wrote:
>I have been unsuccessful as well with trying to ftp changes to my site
>the server upgrade. I am using Frontpage 2000. Says the website is not
>found or something like that. Sorry-neglected to write down the exact
>wording. Any suggestions? I was able to go the filemanager and upload a
>couple of small things, however it isn't working as well as I would like
>(missing a picture on one page, not showing I uploaded a change to another
>page) Here's the web address for my site:


Frontpage 2000 FTP defaults to Active transfers, and the new server
presently requires Passive (PASV) transfers. Randy is looking in to
reenabling active transfers, but it may or may not be possible.

Missing pictures on a page are the result of the file not being
uploaded to the server, or an incorrect IMG SRC link in your
HTML. Check the path and file name and be sure your upper and lower
case letters match eXacTLy.

>P.S. As I copy-paste the address I notice it has changed. I have not been
>following the latest posts here-too busy with work. Do I need to ftp to
> instead of the old way (minus the
>ancestry part??) If so-the help desk needs to be GREATLY updated with new
>information for users! :)

There is a redirect in place to direct the old domain name
( to the new one,

Either address should work for both http:// and ftp://


This thread: