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    Unhappy I need HeLP!!!

    I'm using Powweb and CM4all and I have no idea how to publish the pages I put together using the cm4all. When I try to search my website www.funkyensemble.net I get message about default index file or something? I'm so lost and I hope I've not messed up or deleted any important information just by pushing buttons here and there. Thought there would be simple step by step set up but that is not the case for me, this is really hard. please can someone help me?// thanks

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    When you're done making your pages, click the giant button at the top of CM4All that says "Publish"

    I'm not sure how much easier it could be, seriously.

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    A default index file is your home page, simply put name your home page index
    and upload it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy View Post
    A default index file is your home page, simply put name your home page index
    and upload it.
    He means name your home page one of these: index.html index.htm default.htm Default.htm home.html or Home.chtml :most use index.html
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    It seems that you are publishing the CM4All Web site to the incorrect path. Leave the field in front of the CM4All Publish location blank and republish the Web site. This may resolve the issue... (Leaving the publish location blank and publishing the CM4All Web site will publish the Web site to the root folder 'htdocs' of the account')
    Last edited by Allan; 11-2-08 at 08:49 AM. Reason: Added clarity.

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    THanks!!!

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    i am not sure but you can try it with standard names of file you want to open.
    Last edited by Doc C; 1-21-09 at 06:07 PM. Reason: Edited to remove spam

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    This may be just posting to a one trick pony but:

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