How do you revise, save, and publish minor changes to an existing web site, even when the content is not increased.

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Dwain K7424

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Elyzabeth , Official Rep

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Hello Dwain K7424

I'm not sure I completely understand what you are asking, but to edit your site, no matter how small the change, you log into homestead.com, go under websites manager, and click edit site. This will bring you into the builder. Make any changes you want, and when you are done, you'll see the save and publish buttons at the top.
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Yes, I know all that you said.  I created my site in 2010.  I know how to log in.  However, when I make changes, even slight ones like moving the position of a text block, and then save and try to publish, I get error messages.  It seems like one of them is not enough memory???

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I see. I do see that the storage for that site is very close to the limit your account has. If you are getting an error that the changes you are attempting to publish exceed the quota, you will need to either go through your file manager and delete any content you are no longer using, or we can increase the storage on the account for $2/month.
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Thanks Elizabeth.  I have not tried to add content, only rearrange for better viewing.
I will be closing my business soon, so it doesn't matter now; it has just been a frustration over the past few years.
Dwain
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I would try publishing from the file manager. If you can't publish it still, it will at least give you a more specific error or reason as to why.
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I moved some items which were already on the web site around for better positioning and even cut a Picture, which should have reduced the web files size significantly.  I then saved and tried to publish from "file manager."  This is what I got.  Makes absolutely no sense!  


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Yes I see. Taking a look at your file manager, you have 49 files you have uploaded. Some of them are larger files/pdfs. The 8 biggest files you have equal 16MB out of the 25MB you have available on your plan. It would just be a matter of going through the file manager and deleting anything you don't need anymore.

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