Mood: not sure
I have been using webon for a few of my pages a few months now. I have yet to see any of them come up on google, yahoo etc. I filled in all the meta tags and description but still nothing. Has anyone else noticed this?
Just an FYI... we saw the reports about Stats reporting not working correctly. We believe we have a fix in that will correct the problem. Basically, a URL was not correct in the Control Panel... the stats should still be there... you just couldn't get to them.
We're currently waiting for our Operations team to release the fix. Should not be too long.
Sorry for the trouble and thanks for using Angelfire!
Sorry, it looks like you don't have any data to display. Either your site hasn't gotten any traffic yet, or you just upgraded your account. Come back tomorrow and try again!
Since the redesign of Angelfire, when I save a file, the webshell converts my quotation marks and hyphens to code like this: "Merging into Completeness" becomes â€œMerging into Completeness,â€Â
Is anyone else having the same problem? Does anyone know how I can fix it?
Where are my web stats? When I click on the wonderful new and improved Angelfire web-stat menu I get; "Sorry, it looks like you don't have any data to display. Either your site hasn't gotten any traffic yet, or you just upgraded your account. Come back tomorrow and try again!"
I know I have data to display and I have not updated my account. I have checked it everyday for a week now. Nothing.
Since I am a Premium Angelfire customer, I waited the promised 24 to 72 hours to hear a response to the 1st or the 2nd support ticket I filled out. I have yet to hear from anyone other than the automated message thanking me for submitting my question and when I should expect a response .
Our web-stats are a very important part of the online non-profit organization we run. They help us to determine how people find our website and what we can do to improve search engine rankings.
Is anyone else having this problem???
I have several pages that I edit frequently. These pages are formatted, I.E. Months of the Year, so that I do not have to retype everything everytime. I position my page to edit with the area in the middle of my screen.
Problem 1: As soon as I am in the correct spot to add information, the screen goes to the green background losing where I want to do my editing.
Problem 2: When I do start to edit, the screen jumps to the bottom line in the edit area causing me to lose where I am and I am unable to "easily" move to the next line to add information. An example: I am adding bowling scores that were bowled last night. I enter the last name on one line, the first name on line 2, score bowled on line 3, date on line 4 and the bowling center on line 5. Whith this jumping around it slows me down and if I am not paying close attention, I will enter the new information in the wrong place.
The above example can be found on my webshell (il/beloitbowling)under the mhs.html directory. This is very annoying and very distracting when I have several different areas in the same directory that I am working on.
I normally use FTP to upload files to my page (as I often update with 50+ page updates per day), but the last few days I've had error messages every time I've attempted it. I can log in via FTP just fine and browse my files/folders, but the upload fails every time.
Is there a known issue with FTP right now?
I have begun to notice some layout issues with the new Angelfire and Firefox 188.8.131.52 for Linux.
The layout appears to be broken and spread out. Tried Konqurer with the same results.
I have screenshots of the Angelfire homepage using FF:
It also affected one of my sites, which I also have a copy of it on Tripod, and it works fine on there.
The site on Tripod:
What it looks like on Angelfire:
Id this just a browser issue, or is there something else going on??
(This flavor of Linux wont really let me update FF to its latest.)
Now Angelfire looks ok on Google Chrome, but the TNSC site above is still broken only on Angelfire, it worked perfectly on AF before the change, and has only been broken today - I have not made any changes to the source on my end. The source is also cited properly as XHTML 1.0.
I have a problem. I have had my website through Angelfire for over 11 years, and I've done the same thing for that time. I write my posting in Word (it uses smart quotes, etc.) send it to my mailing lists and then add necessary code and post it in my webshell.
I went in to the webshell today, shocked that everything is new but willing to learn, and edited two of my pages. When I opened those to edit in the webshell, all the 'smart quotes' could not be read and when I saved the page with my changes, all quotes and apostrophes and other symbols changed to other gobble-de-gook.
The rest of my pages are ok, but as soon as I have to open them to do some editing, I'm going to lose my formatting. I already have to fix three pages, and I'll have to access several more by the end of the week. I'd rather not have to change my system. Is there some way of making the webshell recognize my smart quotes and other auto text?
WebShell should be fully operational for all users again. One of our engineers got to the bottom of the problem and the fix is in.
Please let us know if you experience any other issues or problems.Thank you for using Angelfire.
Since the launch of the new site there is a handful of users who are unable to get WebShell to load properly. Senior engineers are looking at the problem now and will publish an update as soon as they get to the bottom of it. No files are missing... there is a bug preventing WebShell from loading properly. We will update as soon as we have a fix out.
Sorry for the inconvenience and thank you for using Angelfire.
Hello one and all,
Welcome to the all-new Angelfire website design.
Tools and Services have not changed but a number of Control Panel functions have been consolidated within the new Control Panel design.
I'm Helpfulman... some of you may know me from the Tripod Club... to those who do not, "Hello!"
My team and I will be in here more often from here on out... answering questions, taking feedback, and heping to solve problems.
Today is the start of a new era at Angelfire.
Thanks for using Angelfire!
Why the Green BG on the AF blog? Doesn't go at all with the blue of
the AF logo....
...or is it my browser?
Can somebody help me here. I've had an angelfire account and a web site for 10 years! I've been adding files and building the website in the webshell in html for a long time. I do this on a weekly basis. Never any problems or worries. This week I LOST six days of data! Anything I had entered or saved during these past six days was gone Monday morning. I called tech support for angelfire and they had no idea or suggestions. I was hoping it was a system issue and my files would be restored. I've re-entered the information and everything seems to be okay and back to normal --- so far. Very scary, and it cost me about 2 hours of additional work. Anybody else experience this or know what may have gone wrong?
While a new design is aboýt to be introduced, I would like to see onr thing in the web shell appearance configuration.
We can choose the width and length of the Editors Text box.
I have one request here. Can we also select one language and set that language as well.
Everytime I go to the editors box, it defaylts to Western European character sets and I have to change it to whatever character set I want.
The set remains the same as long as I am in that session. But, when I get out of editor and come back, it is changed to Western European Characters.
It would be nice to fix that language to whatever your choice is, just like we fix the width and length of the box size.
Dear Angelfire users,
Angelfire’s design and functionality is about to receive a major upgrade. The plan is to replace the existing design with one that’s more contemporary and that uses the latest Web technologies. Also, from here on out Angelfire will focus more on the Site Builder tool.
The new Angelfire also will involve the Angelfire community more. Like our sister property, www.tripod.com which got its own design upgrade earlier this year) Angelfire now has a Facebook page and a Twitter Feed. We’ll also be a lot more active in the Angelfire Club...interacting with our users and fielding questions.
None of the tools you currently have access to will be eliminated. However, new users to Angelfire will not have access to the Blog or Photo Album tools because they will be replaced later this year by new Add-ons in our site builder.
We had a really positive response from the Tripod community following the upgrade earlier this year and we're confident you'll agree our changes make the site more attractive and much easier to use and navigate.
We don’t have a release date yet for this upgrade but we plan to launch it in the fall. We wanted to be certain to give you a heads up before we implement the change.
I honestly don't know how anyone can have the patience to work with Webon. It's about 100 times harder to use than coding.
I've just spent hours on it. Text won't change when you use the tools, text changes colour without warning, spaces between text appear without warning, I've just accidentally moved a picture from one column to next and can't put it back. The web tool from Hell.
I wish you'd given us php instead of that gadget.
I am working on Angelfire webpage using their web shell builder . My pages are working and showing up on the net well.
My question is how do I work on the pages without them showing up on the net as I'm building them?
Maybe I missed the obvious but I didnt see a way to take down or hide the webpage without deleting it.