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    Smile i am a complete newbie, i have no idea what i am working with, please help.

    the reason i signed up is so that i might be able to find someone to help me. i really have no clue what i am dealing with, that is why i had posted here. i have signed up for a domain at iconrate.com, i know i can upload stuff with the file manager but i don't know how to make this stuff accessible to other users or myself for that matter. there are three things that constatly show up; ftp, cpanel, and mysql(or something). the domain i signed up for is a subdomain of iconrate, which makes sense to me. when i type in my domain address, the page that loads is one of those plain ones with the arrow and "parent directory" next to it and the folders listed below it. i can access not of these folders except for "images" which is empty. the file manager that i had mentioned earlier does not see these "_private" and "images" folders. although all of these things are related to my domain and iconrate... they seem completely different parts with no connection. am i doing something wrong?
    i simply wish to use this domain to host some files for downloading...
    i have tried to give as much info about my situation as i can(i really am a newbie XD), please, if someone can and would help me, i'd be very grateful.
    thank-you in advance.

    also, if i have posted in the wrong topic, please tell me and i will move.
    maow.

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    raf
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    Welcome here !

    Did you try their supportforum?
    http://www.iconrate.com/upload/forum....php?forumid=5
    Posting guidelines I use to see if I will spend time to answer your question : http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html


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