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OK, need some help here. I'm pretty new to the web design field and am in the process of trying to put the page I made on freeway express 4 on my domain. I use 1and1.com for my host and have their business package. I have been trying to get my page to upload and can't get it to work. If someone has a good tip it would be much appreciated. I'm sure I'll have a "duh" moment soon, but I'd like to get this up and going soon. Thanks for any help.

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1and1 is my host also.

Are using an FTP program to upload your web site? I use Wise FTP to upload my sites to their servers.

If Freeway is like Frontpage, you might need in enable the Front Page extensions.
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I don't think you need to enable FrontPage extensions, as I'd assume they're for, um, FrontPage.

Have you checked the "passive FTP" box? I seem to remember having to do that first time I uploaded.

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Thanks for the hints guys. I think the Wise FTP is a windows only program for what I saw on their site.

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How do you guys like 1and1. their prices seem to be very low.. how is the support?

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So far so good if I can get my page uploaded. That's my fault, not thiers. The webmail works great and they have a lot of features for not a lot of money. It will take a little bit to make use of them all but it should be a good learning experience.

On the other note, I downloaded Fetch which I have used a little before and will try and get that to work. No luck yet, but once again, I'm sure it's operator error so far.

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1and1 is awesome. They are affordable and the support is great.

I would recommend them.

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OK, need some help here. I'm pretty new to the web design field and am in the process of trying to put the page I made on freeway express 4 on my domain. I use 1and1.com for my host and have their business package. I have been trying to get my page to upload and can't get it to work. If someone has a good tip it would be much appreciated. I'm sure I'll have a "duh" moment soon, but I'd like to get this up and going soon. Thanks for any help.

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Freeway Express has an inbuilt incremental FTP. Have you tried using it at all. Also AFAIK SoftPress provides very good support.
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Didn't know about the FTP in Freeway. I just started using the program in depth the other night. Thanks for the tip. I'll probably be starting Round 2 of Web design attempts tomorrow night so i'll try the given tips and let you know if I still am stumped.

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got everything working. Bought Fetch but after spending the $25 I got the Freeway FTP to work. Not sure which stupid mistake I was making that it wasn't working, but it's going now. If anybody is curious, take a peek at what I've been up to the last three days since I got it to work. www.superiorsound.biz Any and all advice is welcome. Like I said, I'm a musician and audio engineer "by trade" but a tech junkie through and through so I have my hands in everything...video, web, networking, etc. So this is what I've done without any professional advice.

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