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My question is How do you make a website on iPage? Many thanks for any response. 2nd question I got is.. Hi there,.

I have changed my host and after lots of delays and problems which included changing to a new host I am now ready to upload my files (I have already done the database) but is there anyway to copy the files over all in one go, as at the minute I am copying each file individually and it is taking for ever?.

Thanks in advance...

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I would like to know the answer too. Anyone here know what is the answer to that question. I'll do some investigation and get back to you if I got an useful answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably can answer it..

Comment #1

And dont forget to reflect this change in your configure files too..

Comment #2

Thanks for your help, very much appreciated, just one more problem, where do I move the following 3 files to:.

CGI BIN.

LOGS.

MIVADATA.

Do these go into my public_html folder?.

Thanks in advance...

Comment #3

Sorry to bump my own thread but I have mucked this post up!.

My oscommerce store is installed in folder named 'shop' so do I install the three files mentioned above in that folder or somewhere else?.

Thanks..

Comment #4

Cgi-bin and Logs are directories, most likely. They are server specific so they should be moved at all. MivaData doesn't have anything to do with an oscommerce shop so it shouldn't be moved..

Jack..

Comment #5

Hi Jack,.

Thanks for your reply..

You have got me confused! I backed up my files from my old host and ended up with 4 files:.

Public_html - which is self explanatory.

Cgibin.

Logs.

Mivadata.

So should cgibin and logs be moved as at the moment they are sitting in my ftp folder looking for a home!.

Thanks..

Comment #6

I'm sorry for the confusion. I meant to say, "They are server specific so they should not be moved at all.".

Jack..

Comment #7

Hi there,.

I have changed my host and after lots of delays and problems which included changing to a new host I am now ready to upload my files (I have already done the database) but is there anyway to copy the files over all in one go, as at the minute I am copying each file individually and it is taking for ever?.

Thanks in advance...

Comment #8

Jason,.

You should be uploading using a FTP client to upload your files. A good FTP client that supports "queing" entire folders for uploading will allow you to select the files/folders and then upload to your osc store...

Comment #9


This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.