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cnilles 23rd August 2007 05:37 PM

NVU And 1&1
 
I'm hoping someone can give me a couple of pointers. I originally built my site through 1&1 using their website builder. I had someone build me a new website and they used NVU. My new site is up but I want to be able to change and add things when I want to.

I have made some changes in NVU and clicked on publish but it doesn't publish.

Here is what the person who built the site told me to do.

Go to View => Publish Settings => Click on CynAssist in the left box => and the Publishing address should be the ftp:// from above. Then click “OK”.

It still won't publish. If I look at my site through 1&1 it's my old site. I obviously don't get how this works.

Can someone tell me what I'm missing. I've read books, looked on line, etc. but I just don't get it. I've also looked through the FAQ's in 1&1.

Thanks!
Cindy

Corey Bryant 24th August 2007 12:45 PM

NVU is a WYSIWYG editor - like Expression Web and Dreamweaver. It looks like you are trying to use FTP to place files from your computer to the server.

The first thing you say is
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It still won't publish.
Are you getting an error message? if so, what is that error message? but then you go on to say
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If I look at my site through 1&1 it's my old site.
which could mean that you are seeing a cached version of your site. if you are using AOL as your ISP - let's just forget it and wait.

If you are using another ISP and let's say Internet Explorer, you can try to press F5, or CNTL-F5 to do a hard refresh, this makes sure that your IE browsers goes out to the server to get a new copy of the files.


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