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Our client is having probblems getting an FT connection to the website. We have tested the FTP details from our copy of contribute here and we have no problem connecting. However they are on a network and are getting the following message: Contribute could not connect because the server is down or not accepting connections. Is there a simple answer? Steve (AKA Ken)...

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    Default Connection Issues

    Our client is having probblems getting an FT connection to the website. We have
    tested the FTP details from our copy of contribute here and we have no problem
    connecting. However they are on a network and are getting the following message:

    Contribute could not connect because the server is down or not accepting
    connections.

    Is there a simple answer?

    Steve (AKA Ken)

    maszsam Guest

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    I have exactly the same problem.
    Waiting for any help !
    Cis van Point X Guest

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    This is probably a really simple question so sorry to bother people.
    Basically I have the media server running on my desktop and am using the local
    host to play with the sample applications.

    Everything works fine if I just use the .swf file.
    However if I run the file through the browser it fails and an error message
    comes up.
    The trouble is that I am using a Japanese operating system and I have no idea
    what it says.

    I think it can't locate the local host but as I can't read the error message,
    I am clueless.

    Does anyone know what I am talking about where the apps run okay purely in
    flash but then don't work through the browser?

    I have a feeling it's about file placement or directing the connection url
    differently and I have a feeling it's an easy answer so sorry for asking lame
    questions.

    Cheers.
    Ben.

    Rocketkid Guest

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    I have Adobe Contribute CS3 v4.1
    I completed updates on the product today.

    It was working for me two days agao.

    When I go through the normal process I follow to login at the first stage it
    pops up with a box that says;

    Internet Explorer Script Error

    As error has ooccurred in the script on this page.

    Line 132
    Char 106
    Error Unterminated string constant
    Code 0
    URL http (my website)

    I then click Yes when prompted to do so,


    The next box pops up and has the same heading


    Line 135
    Char 1
    Error '_gat' is undefined
    Code 0
    URL http (my website)

    again I click Yes

    I then come through to my normal screen that is typically waiting for me to
    EDIT it, and it says :-

    You are viewing a page on a website that you haven't created a connection to.

    Do you have any suggestions?


    MYOB Consultant Guest

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    Please post url to the page.
    ThinkInk Guest

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    [url]www.aniseconsulting.com[/url]
    MYOB Consultant Guest

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    The errors are generated by the part of your code that includes javascript,
    google-ytics (see attached code), the lines where the code is is displayed
    in the error messages.

    It's not only creating the errors (probably caused by Contribute rewriting
    ytics code on publish) but also placed inside a h6-tag and that is not
    allowed.

    Solution is to remove the code and place the correct google ytics code
    inside a javascript file and call the file into the page, something like this:
    <script language="javascript" type="text/javascript"
    src="path_to_file_with_google_code.js"></script>

    Then Contribute will not trouble this code to my knowledge.


    <h6 align="right" class="grey14" style="margin-top: 0; margin-bottom:
    0;">&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
    <script type="text/javascript">
    var gaJsHost = (("https:" == doent.location.protocol) ? "https://ssl." :
    "http://www.");
    doent.write(unescape("<script src='" + gaJsHost +
    "google-ytics.com/ga.js' type='text/javascript'></script>
    "));
    </script>
    <script type="text/javascript">
    var pageTracker = _gat._getTracker("UA-3937234-1");
    pageTracker._trackPageview();
    </script>
    &nbsp; </h6>

    ThinkInk Guest

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    Thank-you so much for such a detailed response - whoops on my part!
    MYOB Consultant Guest

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