Publishing to AT&T location


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I am having a problem publishing a site to At&T. Their information says they require SSL capablities and since I am not connected to AT&T as my server I should use FileZilla. I tried to download FileZilla but could not open get the file to open after installing it. Is there another way to do this?
 
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Not sure if you are asking a Frontpage question or not.
Does you host AT&T support Frontpage extensions?
Do you intend to use Frontpage to Publish to the host server?

It sorta sounds like they don't support Frontpage if they are recommending you to use FileZilla which is an FTP client. You should avoid using FTP with Frontpage or you will become very frustrated very soon.--Don't use FTP with Frontpage.


| I am having a problem publishing a site to At&T. Their information says they require SSL capablities and since I am not connected to AT&T as my server I should use FileZilla. I tried to download FileZilla but could not open get the file to open after installing it. Is there another way to do this?
 
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Tom Pepper Willett

But, if they don't have extensions, she'll have to use ftp.
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Not sure if you are asking a Frontpage question or not.
Does you host AT&T support Frontpage extensions?
Do you intend to use Frontpage to Publish to the host server?

It sorta sounds like they don't support Frontpage if they are recommending
you to use FileZilla which is an FTP client. You should avoid using FTP with
Frontpage or you will become very frustrated very soon.--Don't use FTP with
Frontpage.


| I am having a problem publishing a site to At&T. Their information says
they require SSL capablities and since I am not connected to AT&T as my
server I should use FileZilla. I tried to download FileZilla but could not
open get the file to open after installing it. Is there another way to do
this?
 
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=?iso-8859-1?Q?Crash_Gordon=AE?=

I understand, but I was thinking if Janet is a newbie and wants to use all the features of FP, she'll get a little frustrated later without FPSE.


| But, if they don't have extensions, she'll have to use ftp.
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| Tom Pepper Willett [Microsoft MVP - FrontPage]
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| Microsoft FrontPage:
| http://www.microsoft.com/office/frontpage/prodinfo/default.mspx
| http://msdn.microsoft.com/office/understanding/frontpage/
| To assist you in getting the best answers for FrontPage support see:
| http://www.net-sites.com/sitebuilder/newsgroups.asp
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| | Not sure if you are asking a Frontpage question or not.
| Does you host AT&T support Frontpage extensions?
| Do you intend to use Frontpage to Publish to the host server?
|
| It sorta sounds like they don't support Frontpage if they are recommending
| you to use FileZilla which is an FTP client. You should avoid using FTP with
| Frontpage or you will become very frustrated very soon.--Don't use FTP with
| Frontpage.
|
|
| | | I am having a problem publishing a site to At&T. Their information says
| they require SSL capablities and since I am not connected to AT&T as my
| server I should use FileZilla. I tried to download FileZilla but could not
| open get the file to open after installing it. Is there another way to do
| this?
|
|
 

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