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Patrick Newton

Member Since 30 Mar 2011
Offline Last Active Mar 31 2012 09:17 AM

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In Topic: Google Apps for Business

31 March 2012 - 09:17 AM

What kind of trouble are you having?

I think that if you change the MX records to point to Google's mail servers you are pretty much stuck with using either Gmail web access or your computer's email client. I don't know of a way to have a single email account still flow to your domain's web space and be accessible via Horde, Roundcube or SquirrelMail if you change the MX records.


According to Google there is a way to point your MX records at their servers and then bounce unknown addresses (the ones that aren't set up in Gmail through Apps for business) back to your legacy mail server. So if you're managing a larger deployment of Google Apps across your organization you don't have to switch everyone all at once. In case something goes wrong...

I'll keep working on it. Thanks for the reply!

In Topic: New guy help

04 April 2011 - 07:24 PM

You'll find it eventually. Its evidently part of CodeIgnitor (that I'm not familiar with), but the page here indicates the file name should be the page name ... so "home.php" and "about_us.php" seem to make sense. I'm assuming you aren't finding a "contact_us.php" file!

Maybe that page will help you understand the format of the site better, although it looks like you have discovered it the old fashioned way ... digging and working through it.


Yeah I've found all the contact_us.php / home.php / etc... just doesn't have what I'm looking for apparently!

Oh well, the search goes on..Thanks for the help thus far I greatly appreciate it.

In Topic: New guy help

04 April 2011 - 04:32 PM

Are they "index.php" or other files? It may be that the designer is using a "content management system" and stripping the identifying info out of the headers so they look like standard HTML pages. If that's the case, the numbers could be stored in a database rather than in a static file on disk.


there is one "index.php" but everything else named "index" is html

everything else is "home.php", "about_us.php", etc...

They are located at: /public_html/application/controllers

I'll keep digging...Thanks again

In Topic: New guy help

04 April 2011 - 02:04 PM

Are you accessing the directories with a FTP program or through cPanel's File Manager application?

What type of file have you been editing to make changes so far?


I've downloaded files both ways and still the same result... Used File Manager and Zilezilla

I was able to make the other changes in .php files

In Topic: New guy help

04 April 2011 - 10:51 AM

This is a guess, but you should have a "index.html" (or "index.htm") page in your public_html/contact_us/ folder. Download it and search for "Phone: (623) 628-8654" in your html editor. If you don't see that file, let us know what files are in the /public_html/contact_us/ folder.

Sometimes, the CSS file will have some elements in it, but I didn't see anything like this in your CSS file.


Every index.html file that is on here tells me "directory access forbidden" which is probably why I couldn't find 90% on my sites actual content. Everything I've been able to change thus far was not in a index.html file..

Any ideas why these files would be restricted? or how I can change that? Thanks