Hello out there. Im having problems running cgi scripts on a prestwood hosted windows 2000 server no matter what the script it brings up the message 'd:\webs\ind186\cgi-bin\directory\index.cgi' script produced no output when it works fine on a unix server. Im thinking that i need the correct path to perl and i have no idea what that could be i called tech support and they said sure theyed help me (for 110 bucks an hour) (the pop3 e-mail doesnt work either) does anybody else out there have a windows hosted plan and is able to use cgi/perl scripts? please tell me what im doing wrong here
I'm sure this is in the wrong category, but I failed to find where it should go...lol.Anyways, I have to ask as it has happened twice now in 3 months. What do you do when a client stiffs you for a design you did, wait, let me rephrase that, What do you do when times get a little hard and you ease up on normally practiced web design (i.e. no deposit) standards to help someone out that totally strings you along only to leave you with a new design?I'm sure it happens a lot to designers, but it makes me even more leery and less trusting of my next client which is a relationship that I do not even like.,
"As tempting as it may be, I wouldn't bother trying to "punish" him
publicly as it may back-fire."Yes, but not my style, plus I feel the fact that the guy lives in Iran is "punishment" enough!!Not that Iran is a bad Country...
This topic is for posting web site revenue generating offers. , , This one seems interesting:, , [URL=http://www.everyone.net/main/html/index.html]everyone.net[/URL], , I'm thinking about giving it a shot. Anyone have any experience with them or any others?
I run a website that links to 100+ other websites. The sole purpose of this site is to link to other sites and create a portal for people that are interested in the same topic - Maine History..., , That said, I wonder what people think about the following: when I find a new site to link to, I link to the site, and then email the person (if they have an email on the page or somewhere else on their site) to let them know that I have linked to them, and requesting that they reply if they want the link removed., , I have tried emailing people first and waiting for a response, but find I don't get 100% response and therefore end up not showing links that someone may actually be fine with me linking to., , I have taken my approach with the belief that people are much more likely to respond if they do not want you to link to their site, rather than saying "yeah, its fine with me.", , Does this go completely against all Internet Ettiqette, or amI right in my assumption that this has prob...
Ask the site you want to add Wait for a proper amount of time Waited but no responce add link if you want REMOVE the link as SOON as you can if if asked by it's ownerDont link anything you wouldnt want a child to see Place a LARGE warning on the link (If you think someone may be offen by its contents.) ... YOUR TASTES DONOT MATTER !
Currently Facebook is the "it" website for social networking. Create a business Facebook account if you don't have and don't want a personal account. If you already have a personal account, create a fan page for your business. If you don't wish to mix personal info with business, set your privacy settings to friends-of-friends and direct business-folk to your fan page. Facebook groups are limited to 5,000 members and are used for family, or friends, or club-like activity. However, if your club activity is public, it is better to use a fan page any way. Just like your public account, fan pages are indexed by the search engines but groups are not.
Marketing and sales is about reaching out to people. People are on social networks so you, or your company, should be out there too. For some companies, a particular social network such as Facebook is another valuable marketing channel. For others, a social network might be a way they interact with their key customers or vendors.