On Mar 25, 2:53 pm, "Rinaldi J. Montessi" <rina...@senior.envision>
> Plaza wrote:
> > On Mar 25, 1:11 pm, "Rinaldi J. Montessi" <rina...@senior.envision>
> > wrote:
> >> Plaza wrote:
> >> > On Mar 25, 11:43 am, "Rinaldi J. Montessi" <rina...@senior.envision>
> >> > wrote:
> >> >> Plaza wrote:
> >> >> > When I finish editing a page and then go to publish it I get an error
> >> >> > saying "553 Could not create file." I have entered in all of the FTP
> >> >> > settings and it successfully publishes the images, but not the HTML
> >> >> > file?
> >> >> > Any Ideas?
> >> >>http://help.globalscape.com/help/cuteftpmacpro3/Numbered_FTP_status_a...
> >> >> Do you have any spaces in the file name?
> >> >> --
> >> >> -Rinaldi-
> >> >> To the systems programmer, users and applications serve only to provide
> >> >> a test load.
> >> > I have no spaces in the file name.
> >> Whatever the name of the file, try renaming it to index.html and
> >> re-publish.
> >> --
> >> -Rinaldi-
> >> It wasn't that she had a rose in her teeth, exactly. It was more like
> >> the rose and the teeth were in the same glass.
> > That did not work either.
> Can I assume you are trying to publish toftp://ftp.neuideas.com? If
> you go to that link and enter your username and password it should give
> you a listing of what is already on the site. Are you trying to
> overwrite an existing file? Have you tried to use a regular ftp client
> to post your data? Your UA doesn't tell me what OS you are using, so
> I'm fishing a little.
> The herd instinct among economists makes sheep look like independent
No, it's for another website...but we are able to use FTP fine. Wierd
that we can upload the images using sea monkey, but not the html?
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