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 ===== Constructing your Publishing Profile ===== ===== Constructing your Publishing Profile =====
  
-The information to fill out the publishing profile is obtained from the provider of your web space. Usually, you’ll only need to fill in the fields FTP Server, Login/User, Password, and the “Root URL.” The remaining fields can remain at their default values. If your provider does not specify a separate FTP server, then it may be the domain name of your web site (for example “www.YourDomain.com”) and the URL of the web site root would be “**%%http://​www.YourDomain.com%%**”.+The information to fill out the publishing profile is obtained from the provider of your web space. Usually, you’ll only need to fill in the fields FTP Server, Login/User, Password, and the “Root URL”The remaining fields can remain at their default values. If your provider does not specify a separate FTP server, then it may be the domain name of your web site (for example “www.YourDomain.com”) and the URL of the web site root would be “**%%http://​www.YourDomain.com%%**”.
  
 To upload your pages to specific folders on your FTP server, specify the “Remote Directory”. If the FTP folder translates to a corresponding folder on your web space, then append the folder name to the URL of the web site following a forward slash, for example a remote directory of “MyFolder” would be represented in the URL as “**%%http://​www.YourDomain.com/​MyFolder%%**”. The name of the “Default Document” is server-specific,​ usually “default.htm”,​ “index.htm”,​ or “index.html” and can be obtained from your web-hosting provider. StudioLine requires this name to generate proper names for your pages. If you are unable to obtain the name, StudioLine will attempt to determine that name for you while testing the publishing profile (see below). To upload your pages to specific folders on your FTP server, specify the “Remote Directory”. If the FTP folder translates to a corresponding folder on your web space, then append the folder name to the URL of the web site following a forward slash, for example a remote directory of “MyFolder” would be represented in the URL as “**%%http://​www.YourDomain.com/​MyFolder%%**”. The name of the “Default Document” is server-specific,​ usually “default.htm”,​ “index.htm”,​ or “index.html” and can be obtained from your web-hosting provider. StudioLine requires this name to generate proper names for your pages. If you are unable to obtain the name, StudioLine will attempt to determine that name for you while testing the publishing profile (see below).
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