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Old 10-02-2005, 08:07 AM   #1
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I have 3 files to upload in ASCII mode. A script, a form and an email reply. How do I upload them in ASCII mode in GoLive????

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I'm not quite sure exactly what you are asking...are the files going to be downloads or are you looking to put the data from the files into (onto?) a web page?

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The files are going to be part of an online form for others to fill out, name, address, email, and so on. This data would then be sent to an email address of my choice.
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Ahhh...ok...hmmm...I've never done anything like this in GoLive...I'm a bit behind with GoLive as I use version 5 but I looked in the Help and there is a section on Forms which it seems to me might do the trick...

There is a GoLive group on yahoo that might be able to help you and also the Adobe Forums GoLive group...


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I have 3 files to upload in ASCII mode. A script, a form and an email reply. How do I upload them in ASCII mode in GoLive????
I no longer have GoLive loaded, but a quick look in the GoLive 5.0 manual shows that it has an FTP Browser accessible from the File menu.

If you open this, you may find that it allows you to set the upload method for individual files.

If not, you may find it easier to use an FTP application. You don't say which platform you're on, but on the Mac, I use Fetch 5. On my PC, which I rarely use for file uploads and downloads, I use Cute FTP.

Both have free trials - 15 days for Fetch, 30 days for Cute FTP, and both allow you to set the file transfer types for upload.

   
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Have you tried just uploading them to see if all works well? In some cases, the software will figure out which mode's appropriate, and often it doesn't matter if you upload ascii files as binary. Binaries as Ascii is a no-no, of course.

   
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