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  1. #1
    MrPencil
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    website html appleworks problems please help!
    Ok, back when i used windows i was able to create great websites with only notepad and good old html. I would then upload the files to the server via cuteftp.

    Now fast forward to me and my apple computer. I attempted to create the same html in appleworks and upload it the same way via cuteftp for mac, yet for some reason when i view source through safari 2 certain parts of the html code is removed and replaced with 0's

    you can check the first page here http://home.comcast.net/~shkcc/

    please help me as to why this is happening, and how i can fix this. Thanks

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    ChicoWeb
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    Try recreating it in textedit. That's wierd. Are you uploading in ascii or binary?

    Quote Originally Posted by MrPencil
    Ok, back when i used windows i was able to create great websites with only notepad and good old html. I would then upload the files to the server via cuteftp.

    Now fast forward to me and my apple computer. I attempted to create the same html in appleworks and upload it the same way via cuteftp for mac, yet for some reason when i view source through safari 2 certain parts of the html code is removed and replaced with 0's

    you can check the first page here http://home.comcast.net/~shkcc/

    please help me as to why this is happening, and how i can fix this. Thanks

  3. #3
    MrPencil
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    i dont know if i am uploading ascii or binary im using cuteftp. i switched to text edit and it just shows the html on the page not what it should. It actually shows what i typed in the index.html file, not what i want to show up, almost like vieweing source AS the webpage lol. I tried Textwrangler and it does the same thing as appleworks did

  4. #4
    ChicoWeb
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    I'd guess it's your ftp.

  5. #5
    MrPencil
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    ok, i just found out cuteftp is transferiing it in ascii, is that bad? if so can i change that?

  6. #6
    website html appleworks problems please help!

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    To make things easier, I'd suggest you grab a copy of TextWrangler
    http://www.versiontracker.com/dyn/moreinfo/macosx/18529
    Heck of a lot better than AppleWorks for writing code of any sort...and it's got a built-in FTP client.

  7. #7
    MrPencil
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    I tried textwrangler and it didnt work, then i i used the ftp that you mentioned (i didnt know about it) and it worked perfectly. Thank you very much. ^_^

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