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I have created a home page for my website. It has four texted fields and one picture. I did it all with iweb and published it to a folder on my desktop. I then tried to publish the folder to the web via "Fetch"(a ftp app) it says that it has published it but when I go to the web address it says still coming soon.
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Any help would be great please, I just want to put one page on the web that is it, I didn't know that it was going to be so difficult!!!uhhhh

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I use Forklift and it's very easy to use. You can find information on it at:

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Not sure about this, but make sure your index.html file is in the root directory of your webspace. I had GoDaddy hosting a while back ago and I kept putting them into a folder and my page wouldn't come up.
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Not sure about this, but make sure your index.html file is in the root directory of your webspace. I had GoDaddy hosting a while back ago and I kept putting them into a folder and my page wouldn't come up.
How do I do that...Im really new at this. I have my index.html file in a folder on my desktop.

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Make sure you are uploading the file to the correct directory folder, this may be called public_html, web, or www. Check with your web hosts FAQ's or Help section.

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