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    Photography: http://lostvalley-photography.com/<br /><br />Graphic Design: http://design.lostvalley-photography.com/dsn/index.html
  1. stkr

    Footer Issues?

    I'm trying to recode my website, but I'm have a lot of issues positioning my footer correctly, as well as adjusting the size of two of my divs. I'm pretty new to coding, so I appreciate any help. I have quite a few issues to tackle, but I'll just start with the most obvious ones.Here is a link to the page with what I have managed so far:http://design.lostvalley-photography.com/dsn/untitled.htmlMy first issue is the footer. I would like to have it at the bottom of the screen and not half way up. Hopefully it would move up and down with the content. Here is the CSS for what I have at the moment: /* Footer */#footer { background:url(../images/footerslice.jpg) repeat-x; height: 76px; position:absolute; width: 100%; left: 0px; margin: 0 auto; }#footer ul { padding: 10px; }#footer p { padding: 10px; float: left; color:#FFF;} #NaviTwo {margin: 0;padding: 0;list-style-type: none;width: 480px;float: right;}#NaviTwo li {margin: 0;padding: 0;float: left;}#NaviTwo a {float: left;width: 95px;text-align: center;color: #FFF;border-right: 1px #FFF;}#footerinfo { width: 920px; position:absolute; left:50%; height: 73px; margin-left: -465px; } The second issue is the two divs that sit above the footer, the content area and the sidebar. They're both set to be the same height, but for some reason they never seem to equal each other. Here is the code for them: #content { background-color: #e4dbba; height: 300px; width: 620px; padding: 20px; float:left;} /* Sidebar */#sidebar { float:right; width: 260px; height: 400px; background-color: #ebf4ec; }#sidebar ul { margin: 0; padding: 0; list-style: none; padding: 20px;}#sidebar h3 { padding: 10px; padding-left: 25px; }#sidebar li { margin: 0 0 30px 0; padding: 0 0 30px 0; border-bottom: 1px solid #CCCCCC; }#sidebar h4 { height: 17px; background: #4ba381; padding: 0 10px;} Any help would be appreciated . Thanks.
  2. In the root folder of my site. http://lostvalley-photography.com/index2.htmlYou can still navigate to the page.EDIT: This is becoming way more work then it's probably worth. I'll just delete the page. Since I have a customized 404 Error Page, users will easily be able to navigate to the new home page and update their bookmarks. Thanks for the help everyone .
  3. I uploaded the httpd.ini file with the following code I'm still not redirected when trying to access index2.html, though.
  4. I'm not sure if it's supposed to take effect immediately or not, but it's been over an hour and it's not working for me.
  5. Okay, thanks . One last question. There is already text in the .ini file. [ISAPI_Rewrite]# 3600 = 1 hourCacheClockRate 3600RepeatLimit 32# Block external access to the httpd.ini and httpd.parse.errors filesRewriteRule /httpd(?:\.ini|\.parse\.errors).* / [F,I,O]# Block external access to the Helper ISAPI ExtensionRewriteRule .*\.isrwhlp / [F,I,O] Should I insert what you have told me to after this? Or does this code need to be erased or anything before I upload?EDIT: Well, I decided to check and see if my second index.html page had made it into ranking on Google (praying that both were not listed), and it turns out that Google has completely removed the 'index.html' and 'index2.html' tag from my site and simply goes to the root, which is of course the index.html anyway. http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=l...mp;oq=&aqi= I guess this is great since it's mostly what I was worried about. Now I just have the people who may have bookmarked the index2.html page to worry about.
  6. Does this work the same for an individual html page? And what if I don't have an httpd.ini file?
  7. I asked and this was the response:
  8. Okay, this was their response: Hope that clears some things up for you all. The problem with what was provided, at least for me at first glance, is that I don't see a way to do this for one .html document.
  9. stkr

    Download Tracker

    Sorry, wrong thread.
  10. I've emailed support with some of the questions that you all have asked, since I am not 100% sure myself. I did look for a script, though, and they did not provide one to do redirects. They have a menu for redirects on the control panel for Linux hosting, but the same is not supported for Windows. I'm surprised that they have not offered a simple alternative in the control panel for Windows users as well, but I'm not sure. I will post whatever information they send back. Thanks for all of the help .
  11. How do I know if my server has Apache? And is it likely that using .htaccess will work by default? The file does not currently exist, so I would need to go ahead and create it and add the code.
  12. I've been searching the help section, and I'm thinking that it is only supported on Linux-based hosting. My hosting, however, is Windows..
  13. I used to have a splash page as my 'index.html' page and the first page of actual content was index2.html on my website. I have grown out of feeling the need to have a splash page, so I have removed the splash page and made what was the second page the first page of content for the website. The problem is that Google has established my 'index2.html' as my home page. If I remove the page then I will have a dead link indexed on Google. I've been trying to figure out how to get the 'index2.html' file to simply redirect to 'http://lostvalley-photography.com/' or essentially, the new index.html file. I've been trying to establish a 'html 301 redirect' with no success. I tried contacting GoDaddy, since they're who I host with, but they were no help. I'm using a Windows Server.: I am hoping that once again, I can get some assistance from the helpful posters here. Thanks in advance.
  14. stkr

    Download Tracker

    I finally found one that worked and logged downloads for me. The interface is terrible though and makes it really tedious and annoying to view, especially for a lot of files. I'll just live without knowing and rotate out wallpapers or something. Thanks, I appreciate your help.
  15. stkr

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    Well it worked up until the point where the .php file needed to write to the txt files. According to GoDaddy, this isn't going to work since I can't give a .php file the necessary permissions for this to work. I'm not sure what I could do at this point. I would prefer to stay with Windows, and the support tech just further explains how I would switch over to Linux.
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