You can save your FTP password for the next time you publish  - but use with caution! See step 9... Entering Publish details Before entering your publish details (FTP details), you must have the following information from your web hosting company: your host address, username, password, and the correct folder path to publish to, including sub-folders if necessary. Step 2: In the Profile drop-down list, choose either ‘Custom’ or, if you are a MOW user, choose ‘Magix web hosting’. Note: If you don't already have a MOW account, click 'Find out more' under the ‘Profile’ list to sign up. Step 3: In the ‘FTP host address’ box, type in your FTP host address. If you have a domain name this is often the same as your domain name. For example, for MOW users, this would be ‘’. If you chose the ‘Magix web hosting’ option in the ‘Profile’ list, the FTP host address is set for you automatically. Step 4: In the ‘FTP username’ box, type in your FTP username. For MAGIX Online World users, this is the same as your MOW login (FTP username = your email address). Step 5: In the ‘FTP password’ box, type in your FTP password. For MOW users, this is the same as your MOW password. Step 6: The ‘Sub-folder’ box enables you to publish your website into a sub-folder. If you set a sub-folder here, then all the pages in your website will be published to this folder. Whether or not you have to publish to a sub-folder depends on the requirements of your web hosting company. Some don’t require you to publish to a sub-folder at all, while others require you to publish to a ‘public’ or a ‘www’ sub-folder, for example. You must check the full FTP folder path that your own web hosting company requires you to publish to before publishing your website, as requirements vary widely. As an example, if your web hosting company wants you to publish to ‘’, then you need to type ‘public_html’ into the Sub-folder box. Note: If you are an MOW user, you do not need to type a sub-folder into the Sub-folder box. Step 7: For Designer Pro or Web Designer Premium users, if you want a sitemap generated for your website, you need to enter the full URL of your published website in the ‘Website URL’ field. An XML sitemap is then automatically generated, which lists all the pages on your website to help search engines find and list your site contents.