Hmm... I need to find out myself. I don't know what is the answer to that question. I'll do some Googling and get back to you if I bump into an decent answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably could answer your iPage question..
That is a odd error..
I have never seen such an error..
Try this, why don't you go into your folder you saved you html file in and double click on it. this will open up your default browser, and hopefully your page..
If it doesn't and gives you the same error, then post your code here and we'l look at it..
And Yes Jeni you were right on what you said..
But I think when you are saving it you don't have to be in all files mode. if you type the extension (.html) after the name it will save it as that. well my notepad does anyway...
Actually I was thinking (I know that is scary isn't it.
Anyway you might have a setting in your browser that is for security. what I am saying is that your security is set to high and you can't view anything, well you came here so it isn't anything.
Just a thought..
I'll give it a try next time and see if it takes that way - I just know this works for me so I stick with it. The tutorial I have does say that about the "All Files" but I do realize that may not be mandatory so I'll see what happens next time if I don't set it to that..
As for that error - never saw that before myself..sorry!..
Do you have $15 bucks? If so go to your local barns and Nobles an pick up HTML4, Elizabeth Castro, step by step Dam good book..
I tried the computer disk and web resources at first, they don't work unless you have a basic feel. Best $15 I ever spent.....
Scoutt - thanks, works like a charm as I figured it would! Heck, one less detail to fool with- I'll take it!.
Thanks for the tip...
Maybe the file isn't saved in .html format. Like maybe you saved it as index.html.txt.
Anyways, try using a free html code editor, you can find heaps at.
Good luck and I hope you find a solution to your problem!..