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Posted by Peanut on January 02, 2005 at 19:52:06 from (68.184.237.78):

Gerrit and deadcarp were so helpful to me tonight with their web site hosting advice. I finally picked a service and ended up getting our family site published.

Now it is not finished, so don't bust my chops too bad. I will be working on it over the next 3-4 days. I think it looks good enough to post to the board though.

Below is the link if you care to view the Nut family. You have to visit the Photo Gallery though. All pics are G-rated (:^)

Gerrit - My computer paranoia actually blocked me from publishing on the FTP ports. I shut my router down to the minimum to browse (but forgot I did that). I spent an hour on the phone with GoDaddy tech support and stumped them silly. They were very polite and more than willing to help me. I had to hang up and reconfig my router (Oops!). Now everything works great. Thought you might laugh.



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