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  • Uploading your website using FTP
    User Name or Password then please contact support Additional ftp Information Most ftp clients will require the following information Remote Root web Default Index Page When you first login to your web space you will see a file named index html This is the default index page the page which the web server displays when no page reference is given You should overwrite this file with your own or if you are using a default page of a different name e g index htm then you must delete this file For full details of how to upload using WS FTP LE click here This is a detailed step by step by guide of how to configure this ftp client We strong suggest customers look through this guide even if they intend to use an alternative ftp client Most of the steps are common to all ftp programs Above all else if you experience difficulties please contact us Our support team are experienced and friendly people dedicated to assisting with any problems you may have Back to Uploading For more information see Uploading your Web Pages detailed instructions on getting your site on line Email how to use the e mail

    Original URL path: http://www.thename.co.uk/information/hosting_uploading_using_ftp.htm (2016-02-10)
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  • Uploading your website using microsoft frontpage
    EXPLORER Any other ftp programs will cause the Front Page extensions to fail Open your web site in FrontPage 2000 Choose File from the menu bar and then select Publish Web The Publish Web dialog box will open Click on the Options button and additional options will appear in the window In box Specify the location to publish your site to enter the full URL for your site This is the fully qualifed domain name Eg http www yourdomainname com If this is the first time you are publishing your site select Publish all pages Check the Include sub webs box Click the Publish button The User Name and Password Required dialogue box will then appear You will need to fill out the following forms with the relevant information User Name Your User Name You should use the User Name webmaster Password This is the passowd issued to you with your account letter If you have entered all the information correctly Front Page will publish your website You will see a dialog box when the process is complete Please note that Front Page extensions use special hidden files to work and these take up approximately 3MB of your disc space allocation We suggest that customers only request Front Page extensions if they actually intend to upload using this method Even if you use Front Page to edit your website you do not necessarily need to use Front Page to upload your site unless you are actually using Front Page components in your pages If you do not know what these are then the chances are that you would be better off using a standard ftp client to upload your files Back to Uploading Back to Hosting For more information see Uploading your Web Pages detailed instructions on getting your site

    Original URL path: http://www.thename.co.uk/information/hosting_uploading_using_frontpage.htm (2016-02-10)
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  • Using Perl CGI Scripts
    that need write access such as counter log files message board files and guestbooks should have permissions set to either 500 or 755 Any directories containing scripts should be set to 755 Please don t hesitate to e mail us if you have a script problem which you feel is related to permissions or other server issues we will do our best to advise you on the best permissions for a script The CHMOD Command When you create upload your CGI programs you will need to change the access permissions using the chmod command The chmod command consists of 2 properties who will have privileges and what privileges they have Who will have privileges There are 3 categories of who can have privileges the User the Group and Others They are represented by the characters u g and o The letter a represents all privileges What privileges can people have The 3 privileges also known as permissions are read write and execute They are represented by r w and x Privileges are assigned with an equals sign r or rw or rx or added with a plus sign r or rwx or subtracted with a minus w or rwx The three digits in a chmod command like chmod 755 refer to the values to be given to the owner the group and others All of the three digits together is the total values assigned for Read Write and Execute permissions These are the individual values of the 3 permissions Read 4 Write 2 Execute 1 Adding the numbers for each of the three permissions give you the individual group setting Example If the owner is given read write and execute permission then the sum will be 4 2 1 7 If the group and others are given read and execute

    Original URL path: http://www.thename.co.uk/information/hosting_using_perl_cgi_scripts.htm (2016-02-10)
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  • Password Protected Directories
    to view the protected directory Once created your htaccess file is ready to be saved and uploaded to the web server Hint If you are using Windows you may have difficulty saving your htaccess file with the htaccess file name To avoid this save your file without the leading and rename your file through FTP after it has been uploaded to the protected directory For details on how to upload files to your site please see the Uploading Files using ftp Making the htpasswd File The htpasswd file is a file that stores the usernames and passwords for the users that are to have access to the protected directories Passwords are stored in an encrypted form In order to generate the user information with an encrypted password you must visit our Apache Password Generator web page which can be found by entering the following URL into a browser http web9 2020media com other htpasswd jsp Here is an example of what the htpasswd file should look like user1 BUk xqLqKF 2k user2 rNa5zU OdDsqY You need to create your htpassword file in a text editor just as used for the htaccess file Looking at the example in more detail the first part of the first line user1 correseponds to the first username that will be created BUk xqLqKF 2k corresponds to the encrypted password that will be used to access the protected directory by this user The second line is the next user that will be setup By adding more lines more users will be created There is no limit it is possible to make as many users as you require When finished your htpassword file is ready to be saved and uploaded to the web server You will need to make sure that the htpasswd file is uploaded to

    Original URL path: http://www.thename.co.uk/information/hosting_protected_directories.htm (2016-02-10)
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  • Uploading your website using FTP with WS_FTP
    is the identification needed to log onto the server for your site You should get this information from your account details Anonymous Login Anonymous FTP is used on many public FTP servers on the Internet However it is not needed for our servers To disable anonymous login click the Anonymous check box so that it is unchecked blank Password The Password is needed to log onto the server You should get this information from your account details unless it is changed by the user Saving Your Password With this option you won t have to type your password upon every login To do this click Save Pwd to enable this feature WARNING If others have access to your files you should be aware that checking the Save Password check box will save your password to your hard drive in an encrypted form It is however not difficult to un encrypt for someone who is determined to do so If you don t save your password here you must type it in each time you use FTP to log onto your web site Account Leave the Account box blank unless we specify you to use an account name Comment This option provides a space for you to add a comment about the particular FTP site This is only for user benefit You are now ready to connect to our server Check you have an active internet connection at this point WS FTP LE will attempt to connect to your webspace If you have just entered the FTP connection details click OK in the Session Properties window to connect to the site If you have a pre existing profile ready to use click Connect in the main program window choose your profile in the Session Properties window the click OK to connect to the site Once you have connected to the site you will see the local system on the left side of the disaplay and the remote site on the right The local system is your computers hard disc and the remote site is the web server Before any file uploads can take place you must find the file s on the local system and you must choose the target path on the remote site By default our server will place you in the users user folder however this directory is not the root web directory You must change the path on the remote site to web in order to upload to the correct root web directory You should change the local system path to the folder where you saved the website files on your computer Once you have located the file s in the left local system window and have changed to the appropriate folder in the right remote site window select the file s and or folder s that you want to upload then click on the button situated in between the two sides You should then see a copy of the file uploaded to the remote site window

    Original URL path: http://www.thename.co.uk/information/hosting_uploading_using_ftp_with_WS_FTP.htm (2016-02-10)
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  • TheName.co.uk - webmail login
    access to your e mail from a browser completely Free Free Web Stats thename co uk offers all hosting forwarding customers Free visitor statistics Vital for knowing how your site is performing Hosting offers Hosting with thename co uk costs

    Original URL path: http://www.thename.co.uk/webmail/ (2016-02-10)
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  • thename.co.uk - support
    Users only If you do not know or have lost your customer PIN number you will need to contact us to obtain it Re issue of customer PIN number is subject to validation and security checking to prevent unauthorised access to your account Staff at TheName Support are qualified and knowledgeable experts who are dedicated to making your services trouble free In addition to e mail support we also offer

    Original URL path: http://www.thename.co.uk/failedlogin.html?r=/support/welcome.php (2016-02-10)
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