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    Themes (FP 2002)

    I applied a theme to our website and it looked fine in the Preview, after sending it via FTP the theme didn't follow through and the navigation bars have lil x's instead of the line and text. I called Verizon to see if they support FP and they said yes. I was told to try sending it via FP "Publish Web" but when I do that I get an error message. See attachment. Help! I want a nice looking site. <img src=/S/hairout.gif border=0 alt=hairout width=31 height=23>
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    Re: Themes (FP 2002)

    (I extracted the screen shot from your zip attachment and made it easier for others to view.)

    Well, to me that looks like either your ISP does not have FP server extensions installed in your web space, or if they have, they have been disabled.
    I don't think you are going to get a satisfactory result using FTP - FP does a lot of your work for you when it publishes, hence the errors you are seeing.

    I really think you need to go back to your ISP and tell them FP is reporting no server extensions installed - (I'm not sure whether or not they need to be 2002 or if 2000 would do) - and would they kindly double check.

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    Re: Themes (FP 2002)

    I will contact them again today and see if I can get a positive response. Also...you said you extracted the screen shot - is this something I should have done before attaching the zip file? Please explain. <img src=/S/confused.gif border=0 alt=confused width=15 height=20> Thank you!
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    Re: Themes (FP 2002)

    You pasted the error message into Word, then attached the Word document.
    I downloaded then opened your document and took a screen-capture of the error message using Hardcopy.

    (In other words, I would have simply attached the graphic in the first place <img src=/S/grin.gif border=0 alt=grin width=15 height=15> )

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    Re: Themes (FP 2002)

    I have tried to attach a file of a print screen (Word using CaptureEze)and would get a message that the file was too big.
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    Re: Themes (FP 2002)

    What file format was it created as? Something like a .bmp can be humongous. For the size of the above, a .gif is about the most efficient.

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    Re: Themes (FP 2002)

    I will have to check. I think it was a bmp. Also, is there a certain program you would recommend for creating buttons, banners, graphics, etc. for web pages? I have Image Composer right now.
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    Re: Themes (FP 2002)

    Nothing specific to recommend - I would suggest posting that as a fresh question either in this or the Software forums.
    I don't have a need to do a lot - and to be honest, when I do, I simply use something like WordArt in Word, then either capture it with Hardcopy or export the images using SaveAs > HTML.

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