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wilbyhillbilly Tech: FileZilla. Deleting File. Help please! (25) Tech: FileZilla. Deleting File. Help please! 17 Mar 11


Beth has recently got involved with a local group of ladies who meet on Thursdays and spin wool on original spinning wheels then create items to sell for charity.

The lady who set it up has a website for the farm in the middle of North Yorkshire (where they meet) which some "organisation" charged her a fortune to get up and running and also included an advert which she does not want any more. They want another fortune to remove it.

She is running WinXP same as me and she can access the site via Filezilla, I had a look and found a couple of files I think are relevant but not knowing too much about Filezilla I dare not just delete them in case I wipe something else off the page (which I managed to locate).

Can someone give me an idea of what to look for, or how I can get to the html source if possible, so I can knock it off from there.

I found the code which I tried to put in this message but it won't let me (says "Your post contains a forbidden HTML tag") what's that all about. Could I pm it if someone is willing to help?



This is advertising loads of competitors links on her site, I hate the idea of these people ripping off this group who are trying to help others not so fortunate as themselves.

Any help would be greatly appreciated not only by me but all involved.


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