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BurkeKnight

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  1. Hmm... Excellent question. This is something every webmaster needs to think of when making their website. However, it all varies, depending on what the site is for. To some people, the site is just what they need, content perfect. Then, for others that are not into whatever the site is for, the content is useless. Therefore, without knowing the type of site, and what it's all about, we really cannot say much.
  2. It loads for me, please try again. Maybe use a different browser, and clear your browser cache.
  3. 1. Moved to the correct board. 2. Are you certain you have plans set up, and after selecting the one, hitting the "Change Package for User: (Username) button? 3. Why are you against filing a support ticket?
  4. Free hosting accounts do not have a deadline. However, accounts that are not active, can get disabled, so make sure to keep active.
  5. Do you have your own domain attached? If so, and recently attached it, then it could be the DNS is not fully resolving for you. You could try clearing your browser cache, and flushing your PC's DNS cache.
  6. It's always recommended to edit files on your own PC, and then upload them.
  7. What script are you using? Is it part of a CMS, blog or forum?
  8. Is it all users that not get the mail? Could be on their end. Have them check their spam, and see what type of email addresses get and don't get the emails.
  9. When open pages in browser, you do not put the htdocs. So, would be: xxxxxxxxx.byethost3.com/photo_slider/photoslider.html
  10. Sounds like the account got suspended. Please file a support ticket, and they will look and see why, and let know how to fix the issue.
  11. Like said, works fine for me. What browser you using? Have you tried another one? Or another device?
  12. How to flush DNS cache in Linux / Windows / MacFlush dns to get a new name resolution. Also flush dns cache when you can't access a newly registered domain name. You can simply flush your dns cache anytime to get new entry. So, Flush your dns cache now.To flush DNS cache in Microsoft Windows (Win XP, Win ME, Win 2000, Win 98): - Start -> Run -> type cmd - in command prompt, type ipconfig /flushdns - Done! You Window DNS cache has just been flush.How to clear DNS cache in Vista & Windows 7:1. Click the Microsoft Vista Start logo in the bottom left corner of the screen2. Click
  13. I just looked, and they work for me, although seems same content as main page. Seems like it's a work in progress. Like the layout. It must be your end. Have you tried clearing browser cache? How about flushing your PC's DNS? How to clear DNS cache in Windows 7: 1. Click the Microsoft Vista Start logo in the bottom left corner of the screen 2. Click All Programs 3. Click Accessories 4. RIGHT-click on Command Prompt 5. Select Run As Administrator 6. In the command window type the following and then hit enter: ipconfig /flushdns 7. You will see the fo
  14. Yes, on free hosting, you must upload to the htdocs folder.
  15. First of all, this is not a tutorial, so moved to Free Hosting Discussion board. Second of all, We need more info in order to assist you. No idea what you are meaning by "shows" so please tell us more. Also, if have a hosting account, please post your username, so we can look into matters. Thank you.
  16. For answers to these, as well as more info, please kindly send us a support ticket.
  17. Please file a support ticket at http://support.ifastnet.com
  18. LOL! That is a rather neat one.
  19. A TLD like .cell would be cool for cell phone companies and dealers, though.
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