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Hi I am working at a new job and need to make some adjustments to the company web site. The guy that worked here before me designed the site, but he is gone and cant be contacted. I designed a basic page in college several years ago using html, but I dont remember how to edit pages on an exsisting site. can someone please help this old timer get started. thanks
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You need access to the site first, which most likely means FTP.

Once you have that you take the file you want to modify, download it to your local machine, edit the file and then re-upload the file to the server via FTP.

Even if you pull down the code off the web, without a way to re-upload the files back to the server no changes can be made.

Edited by thenotch, 05 December 2006 - 08:27 PM.

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