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I just uploaded a small site from Coffee Cup Visual Site Designer. I typed in the correct URL, ECCLogan.coffeecup.com and the site said, not available. What needs to be done?
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Your site is actually located at http://ecclogan.coffeecup.com/site/

Nice site BTW :)
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I have 3 sites. One is a non-profit. I really don't want to use S-Drive. Is there some way to still upload my sites. I think I read somewhere 1 or 2 sites were free but anymore & then it was $4.95 a month. I don't want to pay. Somewhere else it said if you were not happy you could cancel. If I was to cancel, how would I upload my sites? To much to read & understand for an old man.

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BOB EVANS wrote:
I have 3 sites. One is a non-profit. I really don't want to use S-Drive. Is there some way to still upload my sites. I think I read somewhere 1 or 2 sites were free but anymore & then it was $4.95 a month. I don't want to pay. Somewhere else it said if you were not happy you could cancel. If I was to cancel, how would I upload my sites? To much to read & understand for an old man.

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With S-Drive you get one website address for free. The $4.95 per month allows you to have up to 3 website addresses. Regardless if you use us or someone else, your gonna have to pay someone to host your site each month. With us you at least know you know it will work. ;)

You can cancel at any time. When you cancel, all your content will be deleted so you would then have to have another hosting account someplace else to upload your data to.
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I already use 1and1.com to host all 3 sites. So I'm not understanding just what you mean by "You'll have to have another hosting account somewhere else".

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BOB EVANS wrote:
I already use 1and1.com to host all 3 sites. So I'm not understanding just what you mean by "You'll have to have another hosting account somewhere else".

Bob Evans

If you already have an account with 1&1, then your post here doesn't make any sense Bob. 1&1 is your hosting provider. ;)
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Bob - I think Scott was just saying that since you have to pay somebody (in your case you pay 1and1) to host those sites, you might as well go with a provider that you KNOW your CC creations WILL work with ;) Just recently there were several (GoDaddy being the biggest offender) providers that changed policies and affected MANY CC FormBuilder users. This was a big inconvenience to many, as it took a while to straighten out just what had happened. And for the $ you really are getting a good deal hosting on CC, 3 sites for the price of a cup of coffee at Starbricks... :cool:
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Phil wrote:
3 sites for the price of a cup of coffee at Starbricks... :cool:


Quite off-topic, but does CC still own their coffee shop? I wonder how much a cup o'joe would cost shipped to Texas. :lol:

Slightly less off-topic, if you have your domain point to your s-drive, will the url in your users' browsers still be a coffeecup.com subdomain when they load the site?
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If you read the pages during the great egg hunt, you would know this. :)
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Tom wrote:
If you read the pages during the great egg hunt, you would know this. :)


Must've missed that part... off to read another adventure! :D
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