How to update a web page

  intense 10:43 10 Apr 08


I have a web page for my business and the creator of the page was updating it for me. However this process was slow and I would like to update prices etc. Could someone please help me, I have password for page etc



  mco 14:32 10 Apr 08

to the site? So we can see what it's made of? It will depend on if it is designed from a regular webdesign program or an online Content Management System- you say you have a password - does that take you straight to the webpage?

  beynac 19:09 10 Apr 08

Do you use Firefox browser? If so, there is a very useful Add-on called FireFTP.

click here

  intense 15:48 11 Apr 08

The roblem is is getting to access the server. Ive trie ftp:// instead of http:// but this didnt work, am i on the right tracks? the site in question is click here

  beynac 15:58 11 Apr 08

You could try click here

If this doesn't work, I suggest that you contact your hosting company.

  beynac 16:00 11 Apr 08

I didn't think that would turn into a "click here"!

Try ftp .skidegrees .co .uk (remove the spaces)

  intense 16:08 11 Apr 08

Hi beynac that doesn't work but it mut be something like that... anymore ideas?

  Forum Editor 16:44 11 Apr 08

it's at: ftp: //

Note that I've inserted spaces to prevent a 'click here' link forming.

  intense 16:52 11 Apr 08

Hi forum editor,
ok this is where i have got to so far. but how do you access the data from here? there seems to be nowhere to imput the username and password, and therefore access my pages, thanks

  Forum Editor 18:30 11 Apr 08

you're using an FTP program (Like WSFTP), and not simply trying to look at the site in your web browser?

  intense 18:33 11 Apr 08

yes im trying to look on a web browser, you're telling me i need a seperate app to view my pages? thanks

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