up creek/no paddle
A few months ago, I downloaded CityDesk and created a web site. I no longer have access to the computer I originally used - so now I have a web site with no way to modify it. I am thinking I can download the software onto my new computer and then I'll only have the problem of not knowing my password. Is this the way to go? Will there be an easy solution to my password problem? Should I even HAVE a website if I could do something this silly?
If you download Macromedia Contribute 2, you could import your entire website and then make changes with it instead.
First of all - title of thread - ba dum ta.
Mark T A W .com
I meant I lost the citydesk password.
The published website is just a bunch of html files (and pictures and whatever else). The citydesk file (.cty) with the password is only on the computer you used to create the site, so unless you can re-gain access to it, it makes no difference whether you can remember the password or not.
Thanks Martha - I think the thing to do is to start over from scratch (not too hard - it was just a few text files). I realized that my main obstacle is relearning how to ftp to the server - for that, I need to talk to my brother-in-law whose server I used, not this list. Thanks for helping me reconstruct the process enough to figure out what I need to do to proceed.
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