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Having trouble getting one site to work

Discussion in 'Co-op Advertising Network' started by ResearchTechs, Dec 6, 2004.

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    My vdeck control panel autoconfigured my blogging site for me, and I can't seem to access it through the directories in my file manager or Dreamweaver's ftping.. Any way to have the ads just use the ad txt and ad php from the main directory?
    normal site: http://www.researchtechs.com/
    blog site: http://researchtechs.com/v-web/b2/index.php
    (note the lack of www in the blog site)
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    ResearchTechs, Dec 6, 2004 IP
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    If anyone has info on how I might fix this, I'd really appreciate it (just trying to get this message back into the visible range of posts)
     
    ResearchTechs, Dec 7, 2004 IP
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    You should be able to use the ad.txt and ad.php from the main directory with no problem.
     
    a389951l, Dec 7, 2004 IP
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    what would I change to get that to work? I tried using absolute linking (http://www.researchtechs.com/ad_network.php) to the ad.php file in my main directory, but it doesn't show any links on my blog still. I think it has to do with the lack of www and how the include line works trying to do a ../../../.. to get all the way out to the root directory. Any ideas on that?
     
    ResearchTechs, Dec 7, 2004 IP