Publishing Your Site
Use the FTP built into your
favorite web site design software, or your favorite FTP application to
move your site's pages and images to the web server.
* Hint Be certain the name
of the file for your new home page is: index.html
Or, if using Microsoft
publish your site to:
The username when publishing using the Microsoft FrontPageTM
software will always be: webmaster
can view their disk usage, view the Webalizer statistics, add email
addresses, configure spam filter settings, and create mailing lists by
logging in at the url below.
Once you enter this URL, you
will be prompted for a user name and password. If you need to login as
the site administrator, enter the user name and password from your web
site settings email.
The webmail is accessed at:
The username and password are
unique to each email address and would match what you will create from
The first time you log in, the webmail will
prompt you to configure your personal settings. You can generally leave
the default settings.
On the next page you will want to click on the small gear icon (User
- From that page you will see a small icon at the top, second from the
left, it looks like two envelopes; that is the "Edit personal email
-On the "Edit personal email addresses" page you will want to type in
the email address you want to show up when you send email.
- Under "Real name" you would normally type in your actual name or
Setting your webmail account to delete messages marked as SPAM
In order to set your webmail account to delete messages that the spam
filter has marked as spam, you will need to click on the Mail Filter
Setup icon (it looks like two small envelopes, one gray and one yellow).
On the Mail Filter Setup page, you will need to type the word SPAM in
the String field, then click the Add/Modify button to the right.
Integrating the shop with your
site is a matter of filling out your information from the shopping cart
admin page which would be at:
Click on each of the menu options
and fill in the information required; one of the menu selections will
bring you to the inventory setup page where you'll need to add each of
your items to the shop inventory of items for sale.
Once you have the shop
configured, link to either:
1. The shop main entrance at
2. A shop category:
3. An individual item within the
4. Or you can copy the item HTML
from the shop/owner Edit Inventory page to your regular HTML
pages, This way you can add the Buy buttons to your individual pages.
5. If your page ends in .shtml
instead of .html, then you can also use the "Server Side Include"
method to automatically include single items or whole categories of
items with a single line of code. With this method whenever you update
the shopping cart database, the changes are automatically reflected on