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  1. Hello, I remember reading way back about a shortcut to cpanel & webmail from your homepage, but I can't seem to find the thread. There seemed to be quite a number of solutions and I was hoping someone could help me find them. The problem is that I haven't been able to access my cpanel or webmail pages for at least the last month. I now get "timed out" & "webpage not found" errors when I try to go to http://www.mypage.com/webmail or cpanel this is on the page Technical Information (for support personnel) Error Code 10060: Connection timeout Background: The gateway could not receive a timely response from the website you are trying to access. This might indicate that the network is congested, or that the website is experiencing technical difficulties. Date: 12/08/2005 12:00:27 AM Server: sdc-proxy Source: Firewall I used to be able to get there. I've tried getting my office web guru to check the port 2095 for webmail and He, the office wannabe-web-guru, tells me its a Java script problem??? I am now at another lab across town that for somereason I CAN log into using the same address. Could someone let me know how I could fix this? I thought there was once a thread discussing setting up direct links to the horde log in without using that little pop-up password thingy.....like when you type in an incorrect password and you go to the webmail login error page please please please help me I"ve tried submitting help tickets (twice) but have got no response... thanks Genki
  2. Thanks for your quick and informative response. I guess my problem, the problem of most hobby html'ers, is that we lack a clear plan of our site. This is further compounded by the "wow" factor. I know enough html to make a functionable static site. What I want is a dynamic "WOW" site. Call it techno envy, but my site is my car and I wanna drive a porche not a ford festiva. Because Im not sure of all the nifty things you can do with PHP, MySQL, and CSS how can I plan to include them? Know what I mean? So, does anyone know of demo sites that showcase some of the perks of using these mark-up languages?
  3. I know my problems have been aluded to in more than one thread, but I just can't seem to find it. Actualy, I am a bit bewildered by the jargon being tossed about and decided to post first and search later...poor form, I know, but hey..Im envoking my newbie rights. First off... I created my website by handcode html back in 1997. It's been through quite a few modifications as I fiddled with tables, frames and finally frontpage. Its been up and funtionable for two years without any major revamps. www.genki-tex.com (btw I know the nav bars and title bars aren't working. I've posted a question up on another section in this forum on that. please help there if you can) I quit my job in japan, moved to australia and decided to redo my webpage with a bit of pizazz...you know, PHP, SSI, MySQL and perhaps even a bit of CSS (ha!) Some concerned friends bought me books on Dreamweaver (as well as a copy of Dreamweaver MX), fireworks 4, PHP/MySQL 4 Dummies (can I actually list titles) and now after reading them and attempting several test pages, I can now say I'm confused. So basically I wonder if PHP, MySQL, CSS, SSI, CGI's and CSS can be used together. Would it be overkill. I've read the books and I got a general idea of PHP, MySQL, CSS and a few tutorials of CGI's and SSI's. but Im afraid I cant see the forest bc of the trees.
  4. yes. The site is fully functionable on my computer where I built the page. All the other pages are there, but my nav bars and title bars do not show up. *sigh* I've enabled frontpage extensions and then reuploaded my website in a failed attempt to fix it.
  5. Hello there, I had my site up and running with frontpage for quite sometime now. I transferred to TCH in August and republished my site, but no nav bars. I haven't had time to fiddle around with the site and so Im not sure what went wrong. www.genki-tex.com I had a vertical nav bar on the left along with a horizontal banner on the top. neither are present. help
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