10 Find the folder called publichtml on the Remote side You will be uploading

10 find the folder called publichtml on the remote

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10. Find the folder called public_html on the Remote side. You will be uploading files into this folder for some labs and assignments. Note: if you did not complete the first activity earlier, this folder might not exist. If you do not see it, you either need to go back and complete activity 1 OR just wait a few more minutes as it takes some time to show up after you activate it.
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10 11. Click into your public_html folder. You may see files in there (i.e. index.html) but you can ignore that for now. 12. Try clicking back and forth between the Local side and the Remote side. You should notice two things change as you toggle between the sides: 1) the blue bar along the top of each panel becomes brighter and 2) the title text along the very top of the program bar. 13. Click on the Remote side to ensure it is active. Make sure you are still inside the public_html folder. Then click F7 to create a directory or click on the little Create directory icon. 14. In the Create folder window that pops up, enter the name cs1033 , check the Set permissions checkbox, and ensure that it says 0755 beside the Octal box (this should be the default but if for some reason it's not there, just type it in yourself). The permissions will be explained more in the next activity. Then click on the OK button to create the folder. 15. Click into this new cs1033 folder on the Remote side. The blue bar at the top of this panel should look something like this (except with your Western username and the previous character sequences are probably different): 16. Click on the Local side to make that panel active. 17. Now you need to change the current directory that is open in the Local side. This usually defaults to the Documents directory but you will need to point to the folder on your memory stick: cs1033/lab01 . There are different ways to do this but the quickest way is to use the dropdown menu to move directly to your memory stick (in my case it is D: but it may be F: or another letter for you). 18. From the memory stick drive, click into cs1033 and then lab01 . 19. You are ready to begin uploading (transferring) files from the Local side to the Remote side, i.e. moving them from the cs1033/lab01 folder on your memory stick to an online server.
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11 NOTE: There are various ways to upload files. First select one or more files that you wish to upload, then use one of the following options to begin the upload on the selected file(s). If you see a pop-up window, just push OK. a. Click the Upload button above this Local side b. Click on the selected files and drag your mouse to the Remote side and then un-click (let go of the click action) c. Press the F5 key 20. Upload lab01.docx by selecting it and clicking the Upload button (option A) 21. Upload lab01.pdf by dragging it across to the Remote side 22. Upload picturepage.html by selecting it and pushing F5.
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