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    TiBook - 800MHz/1gb/30gb/combo/500gb external
    iweb/upload problem
    iwebs 06


    whenever i export/publish my page now, and then upload it, which in my case is
    theotherstyle.50webs.com (paid version to come soon), it now defaults to
    theotherstyle.50webs.com/theotherstyle/welcome.html, instead of
    theotherstyle.50webs.com/welcome.html.

    i've deleted the index.html hiding inside the folder that contains everything, it still does it. any ideas?


    it used to come up under
    theotherstyle.50webs.com/welcome.html

  2. #2


    Member Since
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    TiBook - 800MHz/1gb/30gb/combo/500gb external
    odd....i just deleted the main html file, and put the sub folder html file back into the subfolder. aftwards i moved everything from the subfolder out into the main folder and its fine.


    wierd.... it used to work right when i put everything up

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