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    Default Publish Site - Base Directory Does not exist

    FTP - Trying to upload my changes - Error message: "Base directory - 'directory' does not exist. Would you like to create it? YES - then I get "Unable to create base directory"

    Checked my host and there are definately directories - checked Publish Settings - Test - and got "connection to host successful" and Ideas? -

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris View Post
    FTP - Trying to upload my changes - Error message: "Base directory - 'directory' does not exist. Would you like to create it? YES - then I get "Unable to create base directory"

    Checked my host and there are definately directories - checked Publish Settings - Test - and got "connection to host successful" and Ideas? -
    What version of Fusion are you using?

    Have you tried to toggle passive mode on/off in publish view?

    Can you connect to your domain and upload with firezilla? http://filezilla-project.org/

    If you can't then it is an issue with your web host.
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    Check with your host to see where you're supposed to put your site files.

    Sounds like you're trying to use a path where you don't have permissions to write/create directories.

    The test shows you're able to connect... not that you can create a directory where you're trying to.
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