|I got messages along the lines of: cannot open the website/page, or couldn't find the server etc. from Safari and Iron (a lighter - better(?) - variant of Chrome...); and also similar responses via my iPad...|
The name theperfumepeople.net couldn't be reconciled with any actually ip address either. At least not by any such methods/sites etc. I used; and Wanderer observed the same after his initial success getting to it...?
In response to your #8:
im a novice on computers,whats a command bar,is it just a search or address bar
A command prompt is what used to be referred to as a DOS prompt i.e. c:\>
You booted up/logged into DOS and had a screen that displayed c:\> . From there you started to do whatever you wanted to do - typing in commands various...
The way one gets that nowadays (in windows 95 onwards) is to open a "DOS box" (olde terms die hard);
Bottom left corner of screen; click on Start, then Run and in the "box" that opens there - one types cmd and presses Enter. (cmd is short for command; and sometimes is entered as cmd.exe - which is a more complete instruction/command and does the same thing...)
A black mini-window will open up and show that "DOS prompt..."; which is where you would then type whatever command you want to use.
The address bar (where you enter/type in the web-site address to which you want to go) in a browser is sometimes referred to the url locator... (don't ask me why).
A little bit of "history"...
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