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Last post Jun 29, 2006 11:33 AM by firstname.lastname@example.org
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You have a lot of issues listed here. First, an improper install of Visual Web Developer won't affect downloading anything from the DNN site. Second, there is a GoDaddy walkthrough for installing DNN in the forums, do a search for it. Third, you don't
tell us that your "website that looks okay" is on GoDaddy or if it's internal to your network, a big difference when it comes to troubleshooting. And fourth, if the public is getting the wrong web site when they try to go to your GoDaddy site, no host will
fix that for you, you have a DNS problem.
Since you're not a programmer or developer, you'll likely be unhappy with DNN. It's a framework to create a web site, not a web site itself. You'll be much happier with GoDaddy's built-in web site creation tools. If you need another host, there are hundreds
out there that cater to users such as yourself. WebHost4Life is one that both has a DNN setup you can request and a wizard to create a site for you.