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You
can
only
assign
one
server
per
Website
Project.
If
you
want
to

upload
any
or
all
of
your
Website
Project
files
to
a
different
server
than

the
one
specified
in
this
field,
you
have
two
options:

1.  Go to My Websites > Website Project Settings, switch the server, and then 
upload the file(s). 
2.  Go to the My Computer tab, right-click the file(s) you want to publish, and 
select the server and folder where you want to upload them. If any of your 
published documents reference these files, the path to the files you are 
uploading must match the path specified in your HTML code. 
Configure
Servers

This
opens
the
Server
Configuration
window ,
which
allows
you
to
configure
a

new
or
existing
server
profile.

Remote
Root
Folder

This
is
the
root
folder
where
your
Website
files
are
stored
on
your
server.
Common

names
include
www,
public_html,
or
web.
If
you
are
not
sure
of
this
information,

contact
your
hosting
provider.

Server
URL

This
is
the
TCP/IP
hostname
of
your
FTP
server.
It
should
be
in
the
form
of
an
IP

address,
your
domain
name
(e.g.
yourdomain.com),
or
your
domain
name

preceded
by
ftp.
(e.g.
ftp.yourdomain.com).
Do
not
include
ftp://
or
any

directory
name
such
as
ftp.yourdomain.com/mysite,
because
these
are
invalid

TCP/IP
hostnames.
It
is
up
to
your
Web
hosting
company
to
assign
your
FTP

server
hostname,
so
you
will
need
to
find
out
from
them
what
it
is.

Examples
of
valid
Web
server
addresses

ftp.mysite.com

24.24.100.100

mysite.com

Examples
of
invalid
Web
server
addresses

ftp://ftp.mysite.com

ftp.mysite.com/mysite

http://www.mysite.com

Check
Dependencies
Before
Uploading
Files

This
checks
your
document
dependencies
before
uploading
your
files
to
your

server
to
make
sure
they
are
referenced
correctly.
Website
Project
dependencies

are
links
and
external
files,
such
as
style
sheets,
images,
etc.
—
basically
anything

that
your
HTML
file
links
to.
If
one
or
more
of
your
document
dependencies
aren’t

referenced
correctly,
you
will
receive
information
about
the
incorrectly
referenced

dependency.

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If
Dependencies
Are
Missing
From
Local
System,
Cancel
File

Upload

Checking
this
box
cancels
the
file
upload
if
any
of
the
document
dependencies
are

not
located
in
the
right
place
in
your
Website
Project.

When
Uploading
Files…

You
can
choose
to
always
upload
dependent
files
(like
images
and
style
sheets),

never
upload
them,
or
have
the
program
confirm
with
you
before
uploading
them.

When
you’re
done
filling
out
these
fields,
click
OK.
Your
new
Website
Project
will

appear
in
the
My
Websites
tab.

You
can
always
return
to
the
Website
Project
Settings
window
to
modify
these

changes
later
using
one
of
these
options:

•  Go to My Websites > Website Project Settings 
•  In the My Websites tab, click the Website Projects icon and Website Project 
Settings 
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Step
2a:
Adding
Individual
Pages
to
Your
Website
Project

The
next
thing
we’ll
cover
is
adding
pages
to
your
Website
Project.
First,
create
a

new
page
using
one
of
the
following
options:

•  Go to File and select New From Quick Start, New Blank Page, or New From 
Layout 
•  Click the New Items icon in the Toolbar and select New From Quick Start, 
New Blank Page, or New From Layout 
•  Use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+N to create a new blank page 
For
more
information
about
these
options,
read
Creating
a
New

Webpage.

Next,
save
your
page
using
one
of
the
following
options:

•  Go to File > Save  
•  Click the Save Items icon in the Toolbar and select Save 
•  Use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+S 
This
opens
a
window
that
allows
you
to
choose
the
location
where
your
new
page

will
be
saved.
By
default,
the
program
will
prompt
you
to
save
your
page
to
the

root
folder
of
your
Website
Project.
Enter
a
name
for
your
page
and
click
OK.

If
this
page
is
going
to
be
your
Website
homepage
(front
page),
name
it

index.html.

Your
file
will
appear
in
the
My
Websites
tab.

Step
2b:
Adding
Themes
to
Your
Website
Project

An
alternative
to
adding
individual
pages
to
your
Website
Project
is
to
start
with
a

theme.
A
theme
includes
three
pages
(index.html,
about‐us.html,
and
contact‐
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that
include
the
HTML
and
images
for
a
basic
design,
which
means
all
the

hard
work
is
done
for
you.

For
more
information
about
themes,
read
the
New
From
Theme

section
of
Creating
a
New
Webpage.

To
choose
a
new
theme,
use
one
of
the
following
options:

•  Go to File > New From Theme 
•  Click the New Items icon in the Toolbar and select New From Theme 
This
opens
the
Theme
Chooser
window,
which
allows
you
to
select
a
theme
you

would
like
to
use
as
your
Website.

Select
the
theme
you
would
like
to
use,
and
then
click
OK.
This
opens
a
window

prompting
you
to
choose
the
Website
Project
where
you
would
like
to
save
your

theme.

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Choose
Current
Project.
The
theme
files
will
appear
in
the
My
Websites
tab.

Step
3:
Adding
Folders
to
Your
Website
Project

An
organized,
intuitive
structure
is
a
really
important
aspect
of
a
well‐designed

Website.
One
of
the
first
things
you
can
do
to
help
organize
your
Website
files
is

to
create
folders
for
specific
page
elements.
Take
a
look
at
the
Website
Project

created
from
a
theme.
See
those
subfolders
of
the
main
Website
—
css,
images,

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js?
Each
of
those
folders
is
clearly
labeled
with
the
name
of
the
type
of
file
it

contains.
This
system
helps
keep
everything
in
its
own
place.


Let’s
emulate
this
structure
in
our
blank
Website
Project.

(Of
course,
you
can
also

add
folders
to
a
Website
Project
created
with
a
theme.)
To
create
a
folder,
right‐
click
anywhere
in
the
My
Websites
tab.
This
opens
a
right‐click
menu
that

contains
options
for
working
with
your
Website
Project:

Select
Create
Folder.
This
creates
a
new
folder.
By
default,
it
will
be
named
New

Folder
1,
but
you
can
give
it
any
name
you
want.
For
this
tutorial,
let’s
call
this
file

images
and
use
it
to
store
—
you
guessed
it
—
images.

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Step
4:
Adding
Other
Files
to
Your
Website
Project

Next,
let’s
add
some
images
to
our
images
folder.
To
do
this,
switch
over
to
the

My
Computer
tab.

Use
the
area
at
the
top
to
browse
your
computer
for
the
image
you
want
to
add
to

your
page.
Selecting
a
folder
in
the
top
area
opens
all
its
files
in
the
bottom
area.

Let’s
take
a
look
inside
Public
Pictures
>
Sample
Pictures.

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When
you
find
the
image
you
want
to
use
—
in
this
case,
let’s
go
with
Toco

Toucan
—
right‐click
it.
This
opens
another
right‐click
menu
with
options
for

working
with
the
files
on
your
computer.
Select
Copy
File
to
Folder.
This
expands

to
display
a
list
of
the
folders
in
your
Website
Project.


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Since
this
is
an
image,
we’ll
add
it
to
images
>
[Here].
This
opens
a
window
that

confirms
whether
you
would
like
to
copy
the
file
to
your
Website
project.

Next,
return
to
your
Website
Project
by
clicking
the
My
Websites
tab.
Expand
the

images
folder
by
clicking
the
little
plus
sign
to
the
left
of
it.
There,
you’ll
see
your

newly
added
image.

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Now,
anyone
familiar
with
Websites
will
know
that
spaces
in
filenames
are
a
total

no‐no.

Let’s
rename
this
image
to
something
more
Web‐friendly.
To
rename
the

image,
right
click
it
and
select
Rename.
Now
enter
a
new
name
for
the
image
—
in

this
case,
toco‐toucan
should
work
just
fine.

Step
5:
Linking
to
Files
and
Pages
in
Your
Website

Project

Now
that
we’ve
added
an
image
to
our
Website
Project,
let’s
add
it
to
our
page.
To

do
this,
right‐click
the
image
and
select
Insert
Image
Into
Current
Document.

This
inserts
the
HTML
for
an
image
in
the
place
where
your
cursor
was
positioned

in
the
Code
Editor.
The
code
looks
like
this:

<img src="/images/toco-toucan.jpg" width="1024" 
height="768" alt="" border="0"> 
For
a
detailed
tutorial
about
other
ways
to
add
an
image
to
your
page,

read
Adding
an
Image
to
Your
Page.

Next,
let’s
create
a
link
to
another
page
in
your
Website
Project.
Of
course,
before

we
can
do
this,
we’ll
have
to
add
another
page.
To
do
this,
use
the
method

described
in
Step
2a.
For
this
tutorial,
name
your
page
about‐us.html.


Switch
over
to
index.html
by
clicking
the
index.html
tab
in
the
Statusbar
at
the

bottom
of
the
program.

Next,
right‐click
about‐us.html
and
select
Insert
as
Link
Into
Current

Document.
This
inserts
the
HTML
for
a
link
in
the
place
where
your
cursor
was

positioned
in
the
Code
Editor.
The
code
looks
like
this:

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