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Discussion in 'Data Protection' started by TheTrio3, Oct 18, 2008.

  1. TheTrio3

    TheTrio3 Registered

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    Probly a dumb question, I am new to the whole developing a website thing, I have uploaded my index.html to the public_html folder, however now I have ran into the problem of the website asking every user that visits for a CPanel user name/pass. How do I disable this so my website is viewable by the public without a username/password. Any help would be awesome!
     
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    try this

    hey
    Put your index files /usr/local/apache/htdocs here and just restart apache and let me know it is working or not. this is temporary solutions. i'll update you ASAP.

    please try and let me know your views.
     
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    cPanelDavidG Technical Product Specialist

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    Check the source code of the page, look for references to :2082 or :2083 (especially in the src= of images). That's what could be causing your issue.
     
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    Check the source code of the page, look for references to :2082 or :2083 (especially in the src= of images). That's what could be causing your issue.

    Thank you, the source of both my images have :2082 in them, what can i do to get around this, can I not use Cpanel as a host for images on my webpage? I figured thats what the space was for
     
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    dave9000 Well-Known Member

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    remove the :2082 :2083 from the source path and you should be fine

    Just make sure the images your using actually exist inside your webroot.
     
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