23 Dont upload the images yet First we will check if your files were properly

23 dont upload the images yet first we will check if

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23. Don't upload the images yet. First, we will check if your files were properly uploaded by looking for them in a web browser. 24. Open a browser like Chrome and enter the URL: where youruserid would be your own Western username (i.e. jsmith789). The default webpage template looks like this: 25. We're more interested in seeing the files uploaded to the cs1033 directory. Click into the address bar in the browser and add /cs1033 at the end of the URL and hit Enter. You should see the list of files that you uploaded to this directory.
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12 26. Click on lab01.docx and it will download the file back to your computer. Click on lab01.pdf and it will try to open it in the browser or download it, depending on your browser and settings. Click picturepage.html and it will open the webpage in the browser. Note: when you open this webpage, you'll see that there are supposed to be two images in the page that aren't loading. This is because we uploaded the webpage (picturepage.html) file but not the image files. 27. Go back into WinSCP and click into the Remote side. Within the cs1033 directory, add a new sub-directory and name it images . Remember to ensure that the permissions are properly checked. Click into this images directory, which should be empty since you just created it. 28. Click on the Local side now and click into the images directory on that side which should have the 2 image files you downloaded earlier. 29. Select both image files as a group and then use any of the 3 upload options to transfer them across to the Remote side. 30. Click back into the browser and open picturepage.html again. This time you should see the two images embedded in the website properly because they are now uploaded to the server. Activity 4 Setting file/folder permissions In the previous activity, you created directories and checked the Set permissions box but this wasn't explained to you yet. Here you will learn what permissions are, how they affect the files/folders online, and what to set them to. Permissions allow us to control who has access to our files. They are a standard way of indicating whether our files are publicly accessible or private. There are three different categories of users to assign permissions to: Owner, Group, and Others. For each category, up to three actions may be granted: Read (R), Write (W), and Execute (X). For example, you could allow the general public to view/read a file you upload but not to edit the file in any way. In this activity, you will see what happens when you try to open a file which has private permissions set.
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13 1. In WinSCP, click on the Remote side to make it active. 2. Double-click on the top folder that has an up arrow and two dots beside it. Any time you click this icon, it brings you up one level from the directory you were in.
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