[Pro] uploading a new site

Hello-

Can anyone tell me how to replace a holding page on the web host’s server that gives this message:

This is your index.html page
Please replace this when you upload your website.

And yes, my homepage has index.html as the file name.

thanks

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And does FW give you an error message when you try and upload?

Do you have access to a server Cpanel (or similar) - to check what files are where.

You can also use CyberDuck http://cyberduck.ch/ a FREE FTP program to manually remove files from the server (and check that they are going to the right place)

When you upload can you access any of the other pages?

One of the biggest problems is not uploading your files to the correct folder on the server - should be something like yoursite.com/public_html or yoursite.com/htdocs

But there are a few different ones and your host should have given you that info.

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Hi David-

thanks that was very helpful… indeed I had uploaded it to the wrong folder…or at least the host did not tell me which folder… it WAS the public folder that I shd have gone for and
I have succeeded: have a look:

www.martindutton-devonartist.co.uk

hope it looks ok.

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Hi

Just having a look at your site, when this came up when I went onto the contact page:

‘This web site needs a different Google Maps API key. A new key can be generated at http://code.google.com/Apis/maps/’.

Apart from that, nice site.

Regards

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yes, I just noticed that too…I wonder why, bec it was all working perfectly before I uploaded it…

and thnks for the kind words…means a lot as its my first site.


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I am not getting the Google Map problem but the rollovers on the top row of images in each gallery is not working.

Glad to be of help.

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And not being picky but

Solo Exhibition at The Hoyle Galllery, Halifax

How many Ls in Gallery?

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oooops… forgot to spell check…but thanks for spotting it…no one else did.

Re the rollovers in the two galleries…I dont know why they are a little reluctant…but noone else has said anything abt them…
most have come back and said they work ok…so I will wait for more feedback, but thnks for being so circumspect, appreciate that.

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It looks like your menu - which I assume uses the CSS menu action - is actually obscuring the top row of pics.

If you ‘Bring to Front’ the 3 pics on the top row of each gallery it should be fine.

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Hi,
I’ve got a related issue: I’ve got a site that has 4 domain names all redirected to one - http://www.berkeleyhouselewes.co.uk - I’m getting an error whenever I go to the ‘find us’ page with the Google Map on it “This site needs a different Google API key.”

From reading the Google API forum it seems that each domain needs its own unique API key. How can I make this work in Freeway Pro where the Actions box will only accept one key.

Thanks!
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This is something that I have been looking at - a Google Multi Domain Map action.

Unfortunately it is in very early development stage.

What I can share with you is some code that you can edit to suit your keys and paste in Page>HTML Markup in the After Head section - it should do what you need.

<script type="text/javascript"> document.write( 
      '<script src="http://maps.google.com/maps?file=api&amp;v=2&amp;key=' + 
      { 
         'www.yourwebsite.com': 'ABQIAAAAubVfWyvBqJ9yZ6LHNywVGBQCzECFKR8SlBuRdsqBw-SXvwfqARSMW4l42Ybp6EVhEGXl-Px-cdtefg', 
         'yourwebsite.com': 'ABQIAAAAubVfWyvBqJ9yZ6LHNywVGBQCzECFKR8SlBuRdsqBw-SXvwfqARSMW4l42Ybp6EVhEGXl-Px-cdtefg',
         'www.yourwebsite.co.uk': 'ABQIAAAAubVfWyvBqJ9yZ6LHNywVGBTfKofsntIYWQQLowa78970AoN7hxTqVsAq5qY9GIIoK8BLEmh345zxc',
         'yourwebsite.co.uk': 'ABQIAAAAubVfWyvBqJ9yZ6LHNywVGBTfKofsntIYWQQLowa78970AoN7hxTqVsAq5qY9GIIoK8BLEmh345zxc',
      }[window.location.host] + 
      '" type="text/javascript"></script>' ); 
   </script>

There may have been some changes in the Google API for maps and pressure of work has meant that I have put the action’s development on the back burner.

But give it a go.

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Many thanks, Dave! I’ll give it a try and let you know.
Cheers!
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Hi Dave,
Actually, having looked at the code you sent I’m wondering if this all works with one key or do I need 4, one for each domain?

If so, where do I insert the other API keys into the code. Sorry, but not being a coder myself it’s not immediately clear to me.

Thanks!
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Argh, oops! Never mind, I see the keys are already included. Sometimes I’m a real dope. :slight_smile:
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Hi Dave,
Well, no luck. I use the code you gave me and inserted the proper keys, as follows:

' );

I used Page>HTML Mark-Up and chose After and reuploaded. I still I get the “website needs a different Google API Key” error message. Can you see if I’ve done anything wrong with the code?

Thanks again!
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I am not seeing the code in your Find Us page.

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Ah, that’s because I removed it temporarily and added a static map until I could get this sorted out. Oddly, I’m still getting the different Google API Key message!

If it would be helpful to you I can put the Google Map and code back in.

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You could duplicate the page with the correct map action - give it a spurious name - add the code and upload and let us know the link address.

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Google API keys are bound to the exact domain name that you used to
register them. And if you have the same content/site at two different
domain names, the search engines (not just Google) will decide
arbitrarily that you are trying to spam them, and downgrade you.

Walter

On Jul 10, 2011, at 9:05 AM, PKelly wrote:

Ah, that’s because I removed it temporarily and added a static map
until I could get this sorted out. Oddly, I’m still getting the
different Google API Key message!

If it would be helpful to you I can put the Google Map and code back
in.

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Interesting to know that but I’m not too concerned about that since this is a local business and most of their clients are obtained by word of mouth.

That being said, does this mean that it’s not possible to have workable Google Map APIs when there are several domains pointing to the same site? Seems to me this outfit’s old site was set up similarly and did have a working Google Map.

Cheers!
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