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ive created my website "dreamweaver 8"
i have put all my images in a folder dreamweaver asked me to make so that they would appear? "root" folder it was called.

people who i made it for really like it...
how do i upload it?
do i copy the contents of the root folder to a CD and give it to them?
They already have a webhost.

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You can put it on a cd if they aren't comfortable with you uploading to their host. Other wise, that's all you'd have to do really. FTP into the host, upload the files into a directory, usually it's the root of the webserver.

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You can put it on a cd if they aren't comfortable with you uploading to their host. Other wise, that's all you'd have to do really. FTP into the host, upload the files into a directory, usually it's the root of the webserver.
Right... I have the access password for the site
but the page seems to be unwriteable
its mounted as a HDD
any ideas?

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