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Wednesday, 22 February 2012
HELP! I cab't find a way to edit my existing content
Mood:  d'oh
Hi everyone.  I have had an agnelfire account since 1996 and have just kept it updated a few of times a year each year since then, up until last year, where I kind of let everything slide.  My website still looks just as I left it when I just type in the URL to get there, but when I try to log into angelfire, it tells me how much space my website is using out of my allotment (which looks accurate in the usage department), but I can't find the "in-door" to go in and edit any of my extant information.  It tells me my website isn't published and gives me a blank starter page for the new style webpage.  How do I go in and edit my "same old page" that I am used to and that everything is already organized on?  Right now, I don't have the time or inclination to totally redo everything I already had in place.

Posted by jaegerhof at 2:21 AM EST | Post Comment | View Comments (152) | Permalink | Share This Post
Tuesday, 14 February 2012
how to enter subdomain
Mood:  down

Been wanting to enter a subdomain but everytime i do it well not accept it .

I enter http://subdomain.domain .com

 don`t know how else to do it

Posted by drenna9p at 9:10 PM EST | Post Comment | View Comments (74) | Permalink | Share This Post
Webshell Color Coding
In order to quickly locate frequently edited information in the webshell,  I would like to know if it is possible to color code the text I type into the webshell.  I don't want the color to appear on the published page, just in the webshell so it can be found easily while scrolling down the page.

Posted by art/rehmancustomflags at 8:26 PM EST | Post Comment | View Comments (99) | Permalink | Share This Post
Monday, 13 February 2012
Old website
Mood:  d'oh
Trying to find an old website I made many years ago on Angelfire. Any ideas??

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Wednesday, 8 February 2012
Paid for Basic Account but still says my account can't use