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how do I upload my html website please? - 07/02/2013
Hi I'm new here and I am kinda stupid like all newbies.
I have a multi-page website I have just written in html and this time I am clever, because I wrote it in only one day lol. But it is not yet published and is just sitting on my pc.
I want to transcribe it on to Webring but I cannot find out where I do it. Can someone direct me please because I have obviously missed something?
Cheers Seann




Replied - 07/02/2013
click "webspace CMS"
see "Personal Storage and Webspace?"
At the bottom, see "index.htm" underlined in "purple"?

See a text "Folder:Webspace +/- (square with up arrow) (Icon: a folder) (two 'A's) Switch to: webspace"

(A simple way of transferring webpages, is to see what index.htm is like in a separate window of the browser! just see "Icon: directory" on the last line...
Click the Icon to the right hand of
You will see the default index.htm. You will require this, save it in "favourites" and keep it active.
In the seperate window of the browser, the browser has left the view ot webspace untouched)

click the (square with up-arrow)
"upload to webspace"
followed by a text window and

click , to see the directory structure in your computer. Select the directory which contains your web page!
select index.html, and
then index.html appears in the box
then, transfers the file to webspace, and leaving it a moment, Reload at the second window, would reveal your index.html instead of webrings!



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