have you bought a web domain for both?
for example, look at my woskf & rickywaddell sites...
they are both hosted at
the site itself is the ntl site, remember you need your actual homepage not so in my case its the j.kelly627
in there I have many folders example, woskf
within them I have image folders for each site
now I use FTP to upload the whole folder (directory) to where I want it to be, so if you make a site locally (on your machine not on the net) and it works, call the root folder something unisue to what it is going to be about and upload that folder, it should still all work online.
so now on to the domain names....
when you bought your domain names, did you buy it and point it somewhere? if so, I personally use a forwarding option, so when you enter www.woskf.co.uk
it forwards you to my http://homepage.ntlworld.com/j.kelly627/woskf
/index.html page, so the url is still long, but not when I first entered it. I prefer this option cause if you take the frame option, I find that harder to fix problems, framing the url means that no matter where on your site(s) you go e.g. http://homepage.ntlworld.com/j.kelly627/woskf
/index.html framing just shows you: www.woskf.co.uk
no index.html no contact.html it shows you no page and extension, cause you told the domain name to frame the site.
so to recap...
make your 2 sites in independant folders (directories)
make sure your first page in each site has its own index.html
upload both folders (directories) to your ntl site
make your domain names point to exactly the space you want to use.
voila you have your 2 sites
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Originally Posted by jimh
I've moved things on a bit and I can now access both my sites with the following addresses.
I'm not 100% sure how I did it but Ikthius put me on the right track.
I'm disappointed however that the addresses are so long and have no relationship to the content. While www.higgsofhambleden.co.uk
still works www.time-to-drive.co.uk
How does that affect searchability/ratings with Google?
I'm sorry chickendipper but I don't know what a simple forwarder is. While I've learnt a bit of html the original uploading of my single site was very easy. I've never had to do it again until now and I never dreamt it would cause me any problem until I tried.
em remember you need your ntl account in the domain of your ntl otherwise it is going to ntl's actual site, and they dont have a directory (folder) with that name sitting where you have pointed it to