The following tutorial will assist you with publishing your website using Microsoft Publisher.

  1. Open Microsoft Publisher, and then open the website you have developed.
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    Click, "File", "Publish to the Web..."


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    If you receive a generic message regarding, "To publish your Web site, you need to subscribe to a Web Hosting provider." Click OK to continue.

  3. mp_3You will see a window asking you to save the file as index.htm. Change index.htm to ftp://yourdomain.com (replace yourdomain.com with your actual domain name) and click Save.
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    In the, "FTP Log On" window:
    - Select, "User"
    - Enter your cPanel username as the User
    - Enter your cPanel password as the Password
    - click OK


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    If you receive a dialog box from Windows asking, "Do you want to keep blocking this program?" click Unblock.

  5. mp_6Your website files need to be uploaded to your public_html folder. Double click, "public_html" to open this folder. If your website is going to be directly in the document root then you don't need to do anything further. If your website will be in a separate folder, then you need to look for the folder where your files will be saved and click it. For example, if you are publishing your website into a folder called "blog", then the website path may look like http://document_root.com/blog.
  6. mp_7Click, "Save"

    Important! Make sure to click on the folder where your website files will be located before saving.

  7. If you receive a warning regarding, "Publisher has created a filtered HTML version..." click OK to continue.

    You will see a ,"Publishing HTML file(s)..." message. When this has completed, your website has been uploaded!

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