you install Live Stats on your domain, you will be able to view
real-time statistics for that domain name over the web. You'll
get detailed, graphical reports on your visitors. What's more,
you can arrange for reports to be e-mailed out to you automatically.
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can setup a personal control panel for your domain name so that
you can configure features, such as POP3 e-mail, Auto-responders,
e-mail forwarding, FTP accounts etc. on that domain yourself.
Control Panel gives you total control over your domain name,
security provides a method of password protecting sections of
a website. When the user attempts to visit a secure area they
will be prompted for a username and password which they must enter
in order to be granted access to this site. For example, you can
create a "members only" section on your website or an area just
private to yourself.
So for example, you might want to password protect http://www.yourdomain.com/members.
(File Transfer Protocol) is used to log into your website and
upload your files and images to your website. The FTP account
username will always be the domain name and the password will
be your default password, but the password can be changed if you
wish. The FTP hostname or server is always ftp.domainname.com.
Software: We recommend "CuteFTP"
CuteFTP is very easy to use and comes with a free HTML editor:
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designed using FrontPage need to have FrontPage extensions installed
on the server to allow publishing via FrontPage and for certain
FrontPage specific components to operate such as the hit counter
and search facility. By default your domain do not have FrontPage
FrontPage 2000 extensions are backward compatible with all versions
(Secured Sockets Layer) is a protocol which encrypts data between
the web browser and server. This is especially important for sites
such as online shops where customers are asked to enter their
credit card details. Typically a normal website sends all these
details in "clear text" (no encryption) and it is possible for
a third party to "sniff" these details during transmission. SSL
cures this problem by encrypting the information with a key which
only the web-server can decrypt.
instructions for setting up your e-mail using Outlook Express
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is a straightforward form mailer with an eye towards secure
behaviour and some useful output formatting. Your visitors fill
out the form and submit it. From there, the form data is emailed
to an address you designate within the asp script. You can use
it with any form (exception made of file uploads), so it's quite
flexible as well.
It's FREE and you can download it by <<
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file will need to be unzipped after which you will find a selection
of files, open the aspmail_manual.htm
file and follow the instructions.