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Desperately want to get started with my newly set up webpage, but don't seem to be able to edit the page to get started. pLEASE HELP
There are two reasons that you might want to edit a web page that appears on your website. One reason would be to update the information that appears on the page. For many places on the web, information and events are constantly changing, thus necessitating that new info be posted. You might also want to correct any mistakes that are evident to web users.
Check over the actual web page and make a written note of all changes that need to be made. This can be something as simple as changing the background color to deleting information on past events that have already taken place and then adding new and current facts. Copy the HTML code for the page that you would like to edit and paste the info in Notepad, which should be available on your computer, if you have a PC. To copy the code you must first open the page in one of the major browsers like Internet Explorer or Mozilla Foxfire. In Foxfire you simply go to the View heading at the top of the page and left-click on that and a drop down menu will appear. Then hit the "Page Source" listing and the code will appear. For Windows Internet Explorer the process is almost identical, except the drop down listing will read "Source" instead of "Page Source." Make your changes to the text for the HTML code. There may also be some CSS language or Java Script included to name just a few of the more common programming languages.
If you are looking for mistakes, then your task may be more complicated. In this case, the first thing to do is check out all the notation and text and make sure everything is correct and properly enclosed. A lot of horrible-looking mistakes are nothing more than a left out bracket or enclosure tag. Place the new page in the browser window of your computer to see how it looks. If everything is in order, then you are ready to send the new page to your website server. If there are still mistakes evident or changes to be made, then go back to make the appropriate changes. Sometimes finding a small mistake can become a major task. Send the page to the server for your website via FTP. The new page will automatically replace the old page as long as the title remains the same. Then go to the web to see how it looks "live." The new page should be ready to view immediately, but it is possible there might be a delay at the server side.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 10, 2012
The problem is too broad to assist. You need to post exactly what the problem is. HTML? Or some Web template? What service are you using? Do you edit online or locally?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Zoom Wireless Router
Make sure that your PC wireless security settings are correct, as you will need to input a WEP or WPA key if the router has wireless security enabled. Also check the IP settings on your PC. It should be setup to use DHCP so that it picks up a valid IP/Netmask from the router.
Posted on Oct 25, 2009
Reset the router using the reset button on the back panel of the router. You will need a pen or toothpick to press the reset button. After resetting, then configure the router as if new.
Posted on Dec 11, 2009
SOURCE: My yahoo messenger 10 always
Try uninstalling Yahoo Messenger then downloading it again:
Click on: Start
Click on: Control Panel
Click on: Add/Remove Programs
Click on: Yahoo Messenger then remove
Restart your PC
Again download and install.
Posted on May 19, 2011
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With a browser, navigate to 192.168.2.1. If you haven't changed your password, just hit enter when you see the admin page. If you have changed the password, you'll want to reset the router to its default state by pressing the reset button using a paper clip and holding for 10 seconds. The router should reset itself and reboot. You can then login using default info.
Posted on Jun 16, 2011
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