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Old 24 February 2003, 10:14   #1
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I am busy 'constructing' my little web-site, in fact I have more or less completed it. Upon publishing it using MS Front Page, many of the links do not work, pictures are not displayed etc. The rib.net server does not support Front Page extensions and JK has suggested I put it the forum to see if anyone can help.

Has anyone got excellent Front Page knowledge to assist with this problem. In the main window one has a choice of displaying the 'normal' mode which one uses for editing and so on. You can chose HTML or preview. I have 'published' it locally and then uploaded and tried other methods but nothing seems to work. I really could not be bothered in doing this in pure HTML - please help
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Old 24 February 2003, 10:40   #2
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Charles,

I'm no web-site expert and front page is a quick and easy way to publish a simple web page. I do, however, have to minimise the window when my in-house web designer walks into my office because he'll kill me if he knew!

Anyway, my point is that my website IS 100% frontpage with a little tweaking in notepad when i need to. It's hosted on rib.net no problem!

So, can't see where the problem is - i'll have a look if you care to send me the source code or something?

Daniel
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Old 26 February 2003, 08:09   #3
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my site is all done with frontpage and hosted on a non frontpage server. there should be no problem for you but you must copy all the directories that frontpage creates to the server as you will not be able to use the "publish" option is the site does not support it. Please contact me if you need any help and I will sort it out for you.

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Old 26 February 2003, 09:59   #4
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Thanks John (Ribdromedary) I have sorted out all the problems. Cheers to everyone else too.
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Old 26 February 2003, 11:37   #5
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Hi Charles

Congratulations with the website, Very Impressed.

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Old 26 February 2003, 13:53   #6
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Ref: your website, home page says you have twin Evinrudes, scorpio (no N) page says you have Mariners as in photo's. Now come on, own up, wot's it got?
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Old 26 February 2003, 15:18   #7
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VERY GOOD SITE!!

Very good site Charles. Congrats!!
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Old 26 February 2003, 17:48   #8
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Hi Charles

Nice site.

A couple of errors/features I have noticed

The navigation structure down the left says 'Scorpio' , should there not be an 'n' on the end of that ?

On the pictures for the St Malo cruise it says 'Geoff Campbell on Ribtec' but I think the picture actually shows a Ribcraft ?
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Old 26 February 2003, 19:31   #9
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Charles,

Looks great now you have sorted it - can't wait to have a spin!

Martin - the boat is called scorpio hence the missing 'n', but yet Geoff does indeed have a Ribcraft.

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Old 27 February 2003, 04:46   #10
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Thanks for the comments guys - I will fix the dumb errors I made.
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