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Solved: How to verify my web?

Discussion in 'Web Design & Development' started by sachs, Oct 11, 2008.

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  1. sachs

    sachs Thread Starter

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    I made my own page after buying my domain. I had the bad luck to choose a "peculiar" administrator who started charging a monthly not small amount, but after seeing himself as unable to keep an adequate support, performed the unfair act to transform the hosting in "free but without any type of help". Well, as is usual, I displayed the usual movements to get from the page, the best. When the moment of verifyng in one of the most known browsers, it was requested either to add a metalabel or to upload an HTML file that they purpose, with an accent in this last one. As I was trying to either paste the metalabel or upload the HTML file I realized that there were no <head> characters. I asked the hosting about, and he answered me in few unkind words that the heading had disappeared of my sight because at the beginning I had deleted the heading. Then, I asked him to upload for me the HTML file that was created by one of my sons according to characteristics given ny the browser. As it's apparent currently, he didn't upload anything, for when I go to see my web page situation I get "not verified" because nothing has been found by the robot. The hosting hasn't answered me anything with respect to restore the heading. This last would permit me to easylly upload the metalabel. The issue here is that, even when I use the internet a lot and know a lot of other matters, I do not know a single word on how to upload an HTML file. And also, how could that be possible if the hosting doesn't want to permit me get inside the place where uploading that file? I appreciate very much any help at the above respect. Greetings
     
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    Who hosts you? Sounds like a bad company...

    You could upload the files yourself via FTP if you knew the FTP username and password.
     
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    sachs Thread Starter

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    Well, the hosting "company" resulted to be a 'one crook'. It's very common to find these situations of one people alone at home receiving very good incomes from 'stupid' ones as me ("civilization"...). The great obstacle to quit is that the browsers feel that as an inconvenient for the web positioning, for they suspect some sort of span, precisely in the wrong address. Fortunately, I could place a metalabel file inside my web through editing it, in the 'preferences'. I am a specialized MD with no more than three pages inside the place. Then, now I am expecting for the famous "sitemap" that's being builded by a specialized place related to Google. This company, that's the "giant" (civilization again; "se monumentum requiris circumspisce" = if you wish an example, watch arround), have horribly wrong instructions for every issue (for example it insistently says that the metafile should go after the first <head> until I got the correct advice from internet). In general, people are bad teachers (mediocrity), not here inside the forum. As an academic and therapist, it's very hard to be understood by me. Then the trouble is solved and so will mark it inmediately. Many, many thanks and friendly greetings.(y):)
     
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