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I AM NEW TO THE INTERNET... I DO HOUSE AND/OR PET SETTING FOR CUSTOMERS IN THE STAMFORD, CT. AREA 1) HOW DO I GET MY NAME AND # ON THE PET SITING PAGE 2) HOW DO I GET A HOME SITE PAGE OR PAGES BUILT AND LIKED.. FRANK SANTILLI (203) 554-5990

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1a. Need to know what the site name for the Pet Sitting is.

2. You can build your own site, there are plenty of free web-site building programs out there - and you can use MSWord (if you have the office suite)
a. Once the site is built (made or designed) - you will need a place to "host" your site. There are SEVERAL free hosting sites out there - I would suggest not to use a site that force site ads, for you never know what ad is going to be forced on your site, and many ads are not appropriate for family viewing. There are many free hosting sites WITHOUT ads - example of one is http://www.110mb.com/ . Where your domain name will be **example - http://housesitting.110mb.com *** <-- that is NOT a real site - just what your site MIGHT be.
b. Now, if you want your OWN domain name **example - http://www.housesitting.com *** (again NOT a real site, just an example) - you will have to buy that domain name.
c. After you buy a domain name, you will want to host your site, this is not as expensive as you might think - I would strongly suggest you purchase your domain name and hosting from the same company - like ** http://godaddy.com** <-- only an example, not pushing any company over another.

This sounds complicated, but, once you start you will find it is not that hard. Just take one step at a time.

If you have any further questions, do not hesitate to ask.

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I have been locked out of my yahoo for 3 days now - it says 24 hours, after the 24 hours, I still cannot get into my yahoo - which I have had for 8 years. I cannot remember what pet name I put down - I...


1. try cleaning your browser cache: in your browser go to tools, internet options>general tab>browsing history>delete>and try delete history, cookies and temp internet files and try again.

2. try also the following information
http://help.yahoo.com/l/us/yahoo/edit/id_password/edit-22.html

3. or try give them a call:
Yahoo support
1(800)-699-2466
or
(408) 349-3300

4. the best bet is to try to remember what other info you provided on those questions, try to use capital letters or vicevesa.. hopefully you'll figure it out.

good luck.. from what I read about people in your situation is not going to be easy, if possible.. hopefully it will, though.

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