kinda right. If your preferred folder to house all created information is data (e.g. c:/data/), you need to create the following folders - each of which willMessage 1 of 5 , Sep 25, 2002View Sourcekinda right.
If your preferred folder to house all created information is "data"
(e.g. c:/data/), you need to create the following folders - each of
which will have files housed in them.
c:/data/afhs/aids/images (if you want them in place as well)
So, as you suggest:
would have a number of files in it, with paths such as follows:
You really want to avoide a folder/subfolder named "index" since that's
really the name of a file.
Would you like to get together some evening at my place? I'd be glad to
show you how I have things set up and show you how I employ DreamWeaver
to do a lot of the fussy work for me. (I've already Hinted to Geo Lake
that this would be a good tool to have in the AFHS assets)...
Eileen McElroy wrote:
> I'm turning out to be a rather bumbling assistant, I'm afraid :-(
> I have been trying to replicate the structure of the AFHS web site on my
> hard drive in order to save the edited files in the right folders and
> sub-folders but I don't think I've got it right yet.
> PLEEEEASE tell me how to fix this...here's what I've got at the moment.
> On my hard drive I created a folder "AFHS web edits".
> Sub-folder to this: "index" (should this be named "index.html" ??)
> Sub-folder to "index": "aids"
> Sub-folder to "aids": "geographic"
> within the "geographic" sub-folder, I saved files as, for example,
> "alberta.html", germany.html", etc.
> - within the "index" folder, I created a "afhs_library" sub-folder
> - within the "aids" folder, I created a "talks" sub-folder
Judith Rempel, Webster
Alberta Family Histories Society
Canadian Genealogical Projects Register
oops - sorry all. Meant for Eileen only. ... -- In Kinship, Judith Rempel, Webster email@example.com http://www.afhs.ab.caMessage 1 of 5 , Sep 25, 2002View Sourceoops - sorry all. Meant for Eileen only.
Judith Rempel wrote:
> kinda right.
> If your preferred folder to house all created information is "data"
> (e.g. c:/data/), you need to create the following folders - each of
> which will have files housed in them.
> c:/data/afhs/aids/images (if you want them in place as well)
Judith Rempel, Webster