Uploading Your Web Page Using FTP, File
|My notes on "How to update your web pages on the server at your ISP (Internet Service Provider), if you are using Windows 95." This is an easy method IF you have a small web site. If not, use an FTP client or Microsoft's FrontPage (if your ISP supports FrontPage extensions). This file can be used as a guide to uploading your web page on MISNet (a Kentucky Internet Service Provider, ISP), below, provided that once you have logged onto your account, that you upload in the "wwwpages" directory, by typing in the change directory command: cd wwwpages, then hit enter on your keyword.|
|Mikrotec's Support page|
|IgLou's Technical Support Pages - Setup info and procedures for Windows 95 (includes screen shots); FrontPage Resources. IgLou claims to have software that will take care of all this for you.|
|ThePoint Internet Services, Inc. - Table of Contents (located in the vicinity of Louisville, Kentucky). See Customer Support.|
Our World "Home Page Wizard" - The FTP process is
"transparent" using this software. To publish/post your web pages ... Basically,
you download the "HomePage Wizard", create your web page, and then when you save
it (you'll be prompted for the address you want for your page) the program should dial-up
CompuServe and post your web page. You must have The CompuServe Internet Dialer (included
with NetLauncher and WinCIM v2.0) installed on your system. |
For example, I used "patmc" for the address of my web page, so the web address or URL (Uniform Resource Locator) is:
http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/patmc/ (I cancelled this account, so don't bother trying to go there, but you get the idea.)
Visit CompuServe to download the above software - The CompuServe Internet Dialer (included with NetLauncher and WinCIM v2.0) .
Information about Windows 95 Dial-Up Networking Configuration
|Q137361 - Save Password Check Box Is Unavailable|
|Q141546 - User Information Not Saved for Dial-Up Networking Connection|
|Q148925 - Dial-Up Networking Password Is Not Saved|
|Q187602 - Top Articles for Windows 98|
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