Discussion in 'Feedback' started by Jakeman, Apr 11, 2002.
I believe that means no.
I will assume this is an Apple attachment or program.
iDisk is a 20MB hard drive online that's free to mac users (requires a mac to access)
how do i access it on 9.x?
you have to sign up and install the software. go to www.apple.com/itools
//edit: click on Account to get started i think
Then I do believe I am screwed!
1. No server to upload onto.
2. No mac...yet. I'm broke anyway...can't get one till I can afford a Mac and a PC at the same time
ugh, this idisk thing is confusing...they don't let you just make a page, or upload files....you have to navigate through their menu things
andi just got this e-mail today, so i have to use the idisk:
Dear Valued HyperMart Member:
We regret to inform you that your account
aleldtritch will be deleted from our servers
within the next 48 hours because it violates our
Terms of Service, found at
Reason: using too much bandwidth
It is for the above reason that we have been forced to
schedule the removal of your account aleldtritch
from our servers.
If you believe the action we have taken is in error,
please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the
following account information:
User Name: aleldtritch
Site URL: aleldtritch.hypermart.net
Our goal is to continue to provide our customers with
the best possible hosting and ecommerce services. By
enforcing our Terms of Service, we can achieve a
secure and professional environment in which to
conduct business online.
The HyperMart Team
That's from all that FARKING!
You just go to apple.com/idisk and mount it if you're in os 9. Or just Go --> Idisk in os x. Then the drive mounts and drag and image to your sites folder and then you're done.
hehe did you see my images there or something? i got two up and then this happens....
Do the IMG tags work with a quicktime movie? When I tried it, it just shows a small broken icon.
no, they are just for images.
Separate names with a comma.