|Web based services||
Links to web based systems for administering databases (phpMyAdmin), ActionApps, mailing lists (mailman), and web based email (squirrelmail, horde).
|Creating an E-mail form in Frontpage 2003||
MicroSoft are trying to lock their users into using MicroSoft only software. FrontPage claims to require a MicroSoft server to publish a web site that contains a feedback or any other kind of form. In this article we show you how to set up a form to submit something to your web site in Frontpage 2003 on our — or anyone elses’ — servers.
Frequently asked questions and answers about spam received on or via websites.
|GreenNet Remote Support Connection||
Free GreenNet User Support & Training for members
This page is for GreenNet users who need a little extra help from the GreenNet Support team to tackle their computing troubles via a remote connection. We may also know a friendly consultant in your area who can visit, but this way can be very quick indeed. This is part of our continuing commitment to solve issues related to your GreenNet service quickly and efficiently and take the pressure off you.
|My CGI script does not work and displays a 500 Server Error Message||
Often this means that the server found a problem with the permissions on your script.
|Obfuscating email addresses on your website||
Avoiding spam from your web page - disguising your email address
If you have a web site, then a 'mailto' link is a very convenient for anybody browsing to click on, and then use their usual e-mail software to compose and send you a message. However, it is also convenient for spammers.
|Setting up a search engine on your site||
GreenNet can enable a search engine for any website hosted on the GN webserver. These instructions explain how to customise the search for your site.
|Understanding file sizes||
Every file on a computer uses a certain amount of resources when sent over the internet or stored. Keeping mind of your kilobytes (kB) and megabytes (MB) can prevent problems and produce a smoother online experience. This GreenNet guide is here to help you tell the whales from the minnows.
|Updating your website||
These instructions will explain how to work out what sort of website you have, and what software and settings you’ll need to make changes to your site.
|Web hosting environment||
Below is a brief description of the most important technical features of our web hosting environment.
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