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From: "Cindy Mann-Kanny" <>
Subject: RE: [FreeHelp] Another quick question regarding uploading to subdirectory
Date: Sat, 26 Aug 2000 12:38:34 -0400
Hi again! I forgot to mention that I will put hot spots in for Maryland and
Delaware (as well as leave the abbreviations linked as well); I will try to
put one in for Rhode Island but if I can't get it that small, will have to
add Rhode Island to the list (which currently, is not on the list). It is
hard to see that explanatory paragraph below the map; so I think it would be
best to get as many hot spots as I can on the map itself.
From: Pat Asher [mailto:]
Sent: Saturday, August 26, 2000 9:51 AM
To: Cindy Mann-Kanny;
Subject: Re: [FreeHelp] Another quick question regarding uploading to
From: Cindy Mann-Kanny <>
>I have created a subdirectory at Rootsweb. How do I upload to that
>directory specifically? (I could not find the directions for this at the
>site, just about HTML editing controls, etc.). I also want this particular
In File Manager, once you have created the subdirectory, it will be listed
at the top of your file list and underlined like a link. Click it to open
it, then upload your files.
>upload to be able to be viewed by people on the list so that I can have
>feedback across browsers. Can I do this from a subdirectory labeled
>"Practice"? I just want to make sure the US map is viewable by others and
You can direct visitors to any URL. If the subdirectory, Practice, is is
your genealogy_html directory, just give them the URL to the page, i.e.
If the page is named *index.html*, then all you have to do is send them to
the correct directory, Practice.
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