domain default / index page problem

Daddy

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I have procured a domain and web space. they provided me this link

www.aaaaaaaa.com/cpanel

When I got inside I found the following folders

/ (Current Folder)
Create New Folder
Upload file(s)
.htpasswds
.neomail
.trash
mail
public_ftp
public_html
tmp
www


I opened file manage and copied my web site in root directory with index.htm, index.html, default.htm and main.htm because i was not aware which main file my domain will pick. (I was so intelligent) but oh my God my domain was not picking those files.

Please let me know which file name I have to copy in which folder so that when I access my domain name, I can see my web page...

Dear Friends I tried to copy all those (mentioned above) files in public_html folder as well but again failed to achive requiste result.

Kindly help me out :mad:

 

chirpy

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Well, you should indeed place all your web files within your /public_html sub directory. As to why it isn't working if they are in there, you should really ask your web hosting company - that's what you pay them for ;)
 

Daddy

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I just talked to them on telephone and they said, "I should copy all files in www folder"? Can I upload files through file manager or I have to use FTP or anyother software?

What is the purpose of providing File manager? what is the difference b/w file manage and ftp?

I have installed FTP (Bullet Proof)
what is the procedure to connect thourght the same site www.aaaaaa.com/cpanel through ftp

please guide me
 

chirpy

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Pesonally I'd use FTP if I were you. In your FTP client you should be able to configure it with:

Server: your domain name
Account: your cPanel account name that you login with
Password: the password you use when you login to cPanel

When your FTP client connects, make sure you switch into your www directory before uploading your files.
 

mickengland

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Easy peasy

Click on your index.html file, select change permissions from 644 to 755, now you will see your page.
 

Daddy

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Thanks - I need more help

I used FTP and able to transfer files in public html... Thanks indeed for your kind help and cooperation. :)

I am layman in making web site attractive. TCS incorporated with me in procuring domain. Obviously, if I will ask them to build my site then they will charge fee from me which I don't have.

Can any one recommend few attractive HTML sites with coding. :confused:
 

Daddy

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Thanks,

Sir, I want to set my live web cam at my own site. What is the option available under CPanel. Is this possible? How does Cpanel facilitate us?

I took this applet from a friend and put my ip address at appropriate place but it did not work.

Please guide me, how can I set web cam at my site?



<SCRIPT LANGUAGE="JavaScript">
cnt=0;
frq=1500;
waitf=40;
lps=0;
url='http://IPaddress:7070';
imgno = Math.round(Math.random()*358315);
image1 = new Image();
image1.src = url + '/stream.jpg?' + imgno;
function GetIT() {
if (image1.complete) {
document.images['1A2cvB'].src = image1.src
cnt=0;
imgno = Math.round(Math.random()*215815);
image1 = new Image();
image1.src = url + '/stream.jpg?' + imgno;
waitf = 15;
lps=0;
status='';
setTimeout('GetIT()',frq);
} else {
cnt++;
waitf = 40;
if (cnt >= waitf) {
status='TWO';
lps++;
if (lps < 4) {
status='THREE';
document.images['1A2cvB'].src = 'http://www.easyfreewebcam.com/offline.gif'
setTimeout('GetIT()',frq);
} else {
document.images['1A2cvB'].src = 'http://www.easyfreewebcam.com/dead.gif'
if (lps > 7) {window.close();}
setTimeout('GetIT()',1200);
}
cnt = 0;
waitf = 10;
} else {
if (cnt > 6) {
imgno = Math.round(Math.random()*152815);
image1 = new Image();
image1.src = url + '/stream.jpg?' + imgno;
cnt = 0;
}
setTimeout('GetIT()',frq);
}
}
}
</script>

Kind regards