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Need help for simple change to hosted site


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#1 ellittle678

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Posted 13 November 2015 - 03:58 PM

Hey guys, I'm trying to track down my company's website pages to make a change to our support link. It's been a while, but I've done web development in the past. It's been years since anyone has made a change to the site, so wasn't able to get much details.

 

We have a simple website, maybe 3 pages total. Our site is hosted by netnation, luckily my boss had his login info still. I then launched netnation's FTP tool in order to download the source file for the home page, edit the change into the file, then upload it back.

 

The only problem is I haven't been able to find the source page for any of the webpages. I've read this is typically at the top of the directory and named either "public_html" or "www". I see both of these, but the tool shows a size of 0 for both and I can't open them. 

 

I apologize if I missed something that should be common sense, but I've googled this all morning and haven't made much progress. Should I try to use a different FTP tool? Any information would be appreciated. Thanks



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Posted 13 November 2015 - 04:25 PM

Finally gave Netnation a call, support directed me to where it should be "web/index.php".

 

We found out it's managed by Drupal, so working on retrieving that information. I'll post back if I get it,






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