On 7/08/08, Max wrote:
> On 7/05/08, M wrote:
>> Hi. I have been dabbling a bit with iWeb. Wow! It is easy
>> to use and so much that can be done to a photo page, movie
>> page etc. Currently my school district uses Joomla. It is
>> BORING! Everything looks the same and not very user
>> friendly. I can do a blog, but it is definitely not what I
>> want.With Iweb, I do NOT have a .mac account, it is too
>> expensive. BUT...when reading, Iweb said I can publish my
>> page to a folder, then upload that to a URL. Any ideas on
>> how I can do that. Are there free ones I can use that are
>> safe? Is there a way to upload it to my school site even
>> though Joomla is used? I don't really know Joomla that
>> well. Thank you for your help!
> The internet (your website) is basically a bunch of files
> stored on a computer, with directories (folders) just like you
> have on your PC. Your school IT person could create a folder
> for you, where you could upload your website files. Anyone
> entering your school's domain name and forward slash / your
> folder name, would then view your website.
> To upload files, you can use a free FTP program called
> FileZilla (search for it on Google). Your school IT person
> would need to give you the FTP account information for you to
> access the school's website.
> This is totally separate from Joomla, and your files would be
> stored in your own directory (folder) ... not related to any
> Joomla stuff.