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all right. Why am I getting this error message?


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i'm loath to give up this link b/c when it's finally up you will all see how rough it is.

...but, I'm getting a "forbidden" error on my page. I deleted my files off of my remote server b/c I think there was a previous edition of my index page that I couldn't overwrite. I immediately got this message on the page. I reloaded the site (I'm using CyberDuck), but nothing will show up. I'm getting no error messages from CD. And when I connect thru CD everything that's supposed to be on the remote server is there. Any ideas on how I screwed this up?

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I would contact the admin of the server, maybe you accidently deleted the permissions file or something similar that allowed you go gain access to the folder.

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Right on, Powerbook G4! they saw that I had the files in a folder, so I have to take them out. Do I need to resend everything again? And should I delete what I have on the remote server again first? Or can I some how move them out of the folder using the FTP program. I used CyberDuck.

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okay got that sorted out. Now, none of ya'll click on my link 'cause what wreck it still is! I'll be too embarrassed to come back.

I can't get over what a bear DW is to learn. Arg.

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