Question about Mozilla Computers & Internet
Tried refreshing both mozilla, EXP, and the website.
It seems that your Internet connection is either slow, or you are trying to upload files too large for the web server to handle them.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
make sure you create a directory in your Public Html file and upload to that. Try Filezilla. Try to contact your provider.
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Posted on Feb 06, 2008
u can upload the pages by useing ftp sevices
example use ftp://domain.com instead of http://domain.com
it can also shows in Internet explorer like a normal Folder view
in that u can copy paste the pages / folder in will easy manner
and also u can delete or edit an pages / folder drag and drop is also possible
use File zilla.exe , ftp commander.exe to get connection to the server of that ip address may also connect by url address
Posted on Mar 15, 2008
I imagine hostmonster is going to host your web site. If they have an FTP that they made then I would use it. Other wise if you have windows Vista it offers a very simple way to FTP your site from your computer to their host computer. If you need more help with how to FTP let me know because there are several walkthroughs online. (by the way FTP stands for File Transfer Protocol)
If it is not the FTP that you having a problem with then it must be the username/password from the host site (hostmonster) that is bad.
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
The best solution will be a "fresh start", meaning uninstalling any addons, and uninstalling Firefox itself, then reinstalling of only the necessary software.
Alternatively, you can try reset Firefox settings to see if it helps. Read this for instructions.
Removing un-needed addons is always a warm recommendation.
Posted on Jul 05, 2010
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