I just started a blog , and after a couple paragraphs, I sit some key (I’m not sure which), and my entire post disappeared (this happened in Radio’s editor) and , of course, not uploaded, so I lost the whole freakin’ thing. It pissed me off, and so now I’m ranting about it. So there. Now I move on.
Is there a way to have Radio’s Home Page show list of postings to Categories, so I won’t have to write an entry on the front page to inform readers that “an article about such and such has been added” to “x category” ?
Radio still won’t create directories via its FTP. Why not? I notice this whenever there’s a new month, and Radio won’t create a new directory for the archives. It’s driving me batty!
Borrowed from a Google User Group when I did e search in groups.google.com using:
not “asp pages”
A common problem when ASP pages do not display (but html
pages do) is that the password of the IIS
IWAM_computername user is not syncing properly.
Authentication/permissions to ASP pages is a complex area,
but this particular problem is easy to remedy and, I
think, well worth trying. To check this, do the following.
1.) Temporarily assign the IIS anonymous accounts
(IUSR_computername and IWAM_computername) to the machine’s
Administrator group. For Win 2K, do this as follows:
a.) Go to Settings, Control Panel, select
b.) Double-click ‘Computer Management’,
expand ‘Local Users and Groups’, double-click ‘Users’.
c.) Select (double-click) IUSR_computer name
account, select ‘Member of’ tab, click ‘Add’ button,
highlight ‘Administrator’ (group), click ‘Apply’.
d.) Repeat above procedure for IWAM_computer
2.) Navigate to the following file –
Execute this file by double-clicking it. The hourglass
will display momentarily and then disappear. No other
indication of the program running will appear.
3.) Reboot the workstation. If this was indeed the
problem, ASP pages should now render fine.
4.) Don’t forget to remove the IIS anonymous
accounts from the Administrator group.
Another request for ideas on why Radio doesn’t want to upload every morning (it takes about 4 or 5 tries each “session” — IOW, it’s not just in the morning, but anytime I haven’t uploaded anything in x number of hours—- see this post in my section on Radio Trials. My FTP client seems to have no problem creating directories.