Sometime around 17/2/08 (at 13:23 -0500) Darren Connor said:
hi pete - cheers for getting back to me - to be honest i was trying
to publish a page unconnected to the main pages of my site which
only i would be able to connect to with the correct www.
What you are doing is uploading the Freeway document itself, plus the
Media folder, and the Site folder as well.
In fact, the Media folder is there just as a convenience, a place to
store your original graphics - not the ones that Freeway produces
when it publishes your pages. And the Freeway document is not
supposed to be uploaded either! Freeway publishes your web pages
from your Freeway document. The document itself is not what goes
Choose File > Upload and type in your upload details just as you use
them in Fetch. Freeway will upload the contents of the Site folder
for you, and manage your site files automatically. (So yes, it’ll be
But first, go there using Fetch and delete those files and folders.
THEN upload from Freeway.
Media/ 16 Feb 08 19:55 4.0Kb
Site Folder/ 16 Feb 08 19:55 4.0Kb
test.freeway 16 Feb 08 19:55 23.7Kb
and if i click onto the links it downloads to the desktop - very
If you click the Media or Site Folder links you’ll go into those
folders. If you click the “test.freeway” link you’ll just download
that file - because that’s not the kind of file a browser can
display; it isn’t a web page, it is a document that publishes web
I think you’ll find it worth going to the Softpress site and
downloading the PDF guides:
It is also definitely a good idea to use Freeway to do the uploading
until you hit a situation where you absolutely, positively, have to
upload something separately. That’s rare, very rare.
Anyway, welcome! Keep trying, I’m sure you’ll get the hang of it soon
- and I’m sure you’ll find it an enjoyable way to make web sites.
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