BlueVoda Website Builder is a web editor from VodaHost. Although BlueVoda mentions that a VodaHost account is required to publish BlueVoda files, you can publish a Web page without an account. Planning is the key. Before you publish the files, keep related files, such as images and sound files, together in a location where the Web page can easily access them. BlueVoda pages are saved with a BVD file extension, but they are saved as preview.html when viewed locally on a Web browser. You will need the FTP address, username and password from your preferred host.
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Navigate to the BlueVoda folder where the BlueVoda pages are saved.
Create a new folder, such as "html" or "web_files," within that folder.
Navigate back to the main BlueVoda folder and copy the Images folder.
Double-click the new folder you created and paste the Images folder there.
Repeat Steps 3 and 4 to add any other files your Web pages need to work properly, such as media files or scripts.
Go to the main folder and open the home page ("index.bvp") in BlueVoda. Then select "File," "Preview in Browser," "Default Browser" from the toolbar to open it in a Web browser.
Select "File" and "Save As" for Internet Explorer and Safari or "File" and "Save Page As" for Firefox from the toolbar to save the file.
Navigate to the new folder you created in Step 2.
Type "index" without the "bvp" file extension. Change the "Save as Type" menu to "Webpage, HTML only (.htm,.html)" in Internet Explorer, "Web Page, HTML only" in Firefox or "HTML Files" in Safari. Then click "Save."
Repeat Steps 6 to 10 to open other BVP files and save them as HTML files. Use their original filename without the "bvp" extension.
Open the new folder and double-click the "index.html" file to view it in a Web browser.
Double-check that images display correctly and that links function properly. Check that the other HTML files in the folder work as well.
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Retrieve the FTP address, username and password that your Web host gave you.
Open a Web browser and type the FTP address into the address bar, in the form of "ftp://mysite.com." Then enter your username and password at the prompt.
Double-click the HTML, Public_HTML or WWW folder on the Web server. Then minimise the Web browser.
Open a file browser (such as the Explorer window) and navigate to the new folder on your computer.
Highlight all the files (including the Images folder) within the folder. Right-click and select "Copy."
Minimise the file browser and return to the Web browser.
Right-click and select "Paste" to publish the files.
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