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Question by www.webauctionsdaily.com: Follow up question on my earlier question “How to post code into my website: http://www.webauctionsdaily.com?
Hello,

This is a follow up question on my earlier question “How to post code into my website: http://www.webauctionsdaily.com. Someone answered my question breliantly with the answer below:
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“HTML actually IS as simple as ‘cut and paste’. If you have a web site, you will need access to change HTML files.
Use Notepad(on windows) or another plain text editor to open your HTML file. NOTE: DO NOT USE MS WORD, it will screw your file up.
Once you have your HTML file open in the notepad window, you can change the code to your liking. Save the file with the .html extension, and then upload the file to your web host”
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Thank you so much for that answer!!!!. My follow up question is, how how do I upload the file (with the posted code) to my web host? Do I need a another HTML editor to do that, or I can do the uploading with notepad as well. If I need another HTML editor to do the uploading, please advise which type is good.

Thanks very much for your patience to my lenghty question.

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Answer by Blain R
First, you need to log in to your web host, and there should be an area that shows what files (including the HTML source for any pages you have) are stored at that web host.

When you log in, you should be able to upload the HTML file, (e.g. index.htm) from your computer. Then, you should be able to see it.

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Question by Diablo Blanco: Any recommendations for a good web hosting service for my site?
I’m looking to create a site and have already purchased a domain. The site will be a combination of a blog, a programming tutorial and a download site for open source and purchasable software developed by my friend and me.

I am fairly new to this arena and not exactly sure where to start. I googled “web hosting” and was obviously flooded with hundreds of sites peddling their services. To say the least, it’s a bit daunting to try and sift out the best service. So, what service do you recommend and why?

Thank you for your help.

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Answer by Brenda
http://www.godaddy.com/default.aspx?isc=goazgca03a&currencytype=CAD

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Question by Gleasonator: Good web hosting with ffmpeg/flvtool2/mencoder support?
Hi all, I’m currently hosted at SiteGround, and am currently interested in switching. Here is information on SiteGround’s hosting plan (there is only one plan): http://www.siteground.com/hosting_features.htm

I would like something about equal or better, but I’d really like ffmpeg, flvtool2, AND mencode to be supported because I plan on adding a section for videos on my site. I need to have PHP support, but it would be awesome if I could have all this, plus ASP support at well. I’m looking mainly for shared hosting since it’s cheaper, but if that’s not possible, I’d appreciate links to dedicated hosting as well.

Thanks to everyone. I decided to ask here since all those “top web hosting” sites are scams, and I wanted a reply from real webmasters.

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Question by dinotheorist: Paid for “more data transfer usage” and my site got shut down instantly.?
My page was originally www.geocities.com/dinotheorist/ years ago. I thought I bought the domain name “dinotheorist.com” through Yahoo fewer years ago, so I am confused as to why when I purchased a “web hosting” package wich allowed for more data transfer usage, then my dinotheorist.com was replaced with an “under construction” placeholder page. I clicked on the button “are you the owner of this domain?” and the instuctions said to go into file manager and rename my main page to “index.html” But that was not the problem; my “main page” has always been named “index.html. Under pagebuilder which I have always used, that is required.

The other possibility I thought of is that Yahoo is somehow not the registrar of my domain name, and I am aware of attempted “slamming” practices by companies basically impersonating yahoo and trying to take over people’s domain name registrations. I followed geocities’ prompts to see who the registrar of my domain is, but that lookup page had no instrucs.

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Question by Daniel M: Web Hosting and Warez?
If one were place warez on there site, could the web host immediately perceive it and delete your account, or do they have to search for it through there servers?Like for instance the more popular warez sites. I mean how do people place warez on there sites, and not get banned for doing it? Do the web hosts only check the popular sites, or? My idiotic friend wants to create a Warez site using the web host “JustHost” what are the chances of losing her account due to warez and them finding out?

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Answer by rossng11
Your friend is an idiot. Her account will be banned. Any decent host will have keyword matching systems in place to detect illegal content, or it will be reported very quickly.

Most warez sites are run either from people’s own servers (which no-one else can physically access and shut down) or from the servers of hacked corporate networks. Most sites, however, do not actually host illegal content, but effectively link to the selfsame content on users computers (peer-to-peer, often bittorrent).

Because the legality of this is somewhat of a grey area, it is easier to get away with, but does not actually add anything to the current offerings, requires more h4x0r sk1llz (note: sarcastic) and still gets people kicked.

All in all, don’t do it. Realise that there is plenty of free software available and use it. See, for example http://techsupportalert.com

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I want to block Myspace, Facebook, etc, and all the other web sites that are ruining my kid’s lives.

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Answer by Jeff Hodges
yes you can block web sites but i don’t know what u mean by host site, you can also block sites by using your router

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Please don’t Google “web hosting” and post your results here. I will report you to the YahooAnswer deities.

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Answer by Roland J
There are some pretty cleaver guys here (me being one of them) that have set up dozens of asp.net web sites on IIS. Give it a shot asking here.

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