I would like to know the answer too. Anyone here know what is the answer. I'll do some investigation and get back to you if I find an anything. You should email the people at iPage as they probably could help you..
-Sigh. Use notepad! Learn from.
CASHMONEY will hire someone to do it for you..
That is the only answer I can recommend if you are not willing to do it yourself...
I have been using dreamweaver and now my problem is how do I get it from my comp to my iPage site setup page? for some reason it saved in pieces and when I upload them each one only shows certain parts of the iPage site I made...
You can use dreamwaver, Mircosoft front page, etc. There is also a program called coffee cup, I believe which is pretty good considering it is free..
Several of these programs let upload directly to the web so you don't have to do that manually..
You need NO experience, but if you later want to learn then all these programs allow you to input your own code and scripts..
Many entry level web hosts will have 'site builders' installed where you simply write the text/pictures you want and then choose your layout. very easy..
You can learn if you want, but it is by no means required to do web publishing. I would love if people would concentrate more on the contents instead of web development in many cases...
Your site, is it hosted with a free service like geocities or something like that?.
Or do you have it hosted with a regular web iPage hosting service?.
The free ones have FTP (file transfer protocol) as part of the free service..
Do get from your computer to the host you need the mapping done before any files can be transfered..
Is a free FTP program that works real well...
Thank you all very much. I have decided to use gtmitch2's advice because the dreamweaver thing wasnt working out for me, and html goodies made it very easy to learn. thank you again...
I must mention a great book here. I got it on load from the library and it taught me everything I needed to know baout HMTL. I then went onto more advanced stuff. HTML is a lot of trail & error, seeing wht works, and what does not..
Anyway, the book is called.
Creating Cool HTML 4 Pages.
By Dave Taylor and it's pretty thick, but it reallt is great..
You should get to know HTML, all these extra programs like Dreamweaver, are good to a point, but you can't beat good old notepad, useful as a system text editor and a HTML editor!..