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how (or can i)put into directory?

  1. This is the instruction I received from mcafee "Create a file with this exact filename in the root Web directory on the Web server of your site"
    Can you tell me how to do this?
    --thank you in advance to anyone that takes the time to reply.

  2. I think you may be in the wrong forums since we don't have file access to any folders on the hosted version of wordpress here at wordpress.com. Our blogs cannot do that. The other forums are over at:

    http://wordpress.org/support/

    That is support for wordpress installed on other hosts. If you are hosted on wordpress.com, we wouldn't be able to do that.

    Trent

  3. [waving to trent who beat me to it]

  4. Ok. I was afraid that would be the answer - that we can't do that. Unfortunately, I'm in the right place *wordpress.com (not org.) b/c I'm a member of the shared platform
    Thank you anyways - and thanks for being nice about it.

  5. If your blog is hosted by WordPress.com please link your username to it; right now it's linked to a Myspace page which won't help you or help us help you. We need to be able to look at your blog in order to diagnose problems, 9 times out of 10.

  6. Ok -i think it's fixed now.

  7. Yes, thanks!

    With the McAfee thing, what exactly were you trying to get done? Most blog directories don't make you put a file right in the core of your blog; even Google only makes you post it in a blog post, which you can then delete.

    As long as you're on Google and Technorati and maybe MyBlogLog, you're probably okay. Register at MSN and Yahoo as well and the others should find you soon enough.

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