Setting up the Export folder Step 14: Once you've set your Publish details, you can then click the Publish icon on the top bar (on the Export HTML flyout bar) or use the menu option "File" > "Publish Website". Designer Pro/Web Designer displays a dialog confirming that you want to publish to the server using the username you have provided. Step 15: Click ‘Publish’. If you haven't exported your website yet, Designer Pro/Web Designer prompts you to export your site to your local disc and displays the Export dialog. Step 16: Choose a folder to which to export your website data. If you haven't yet defined a folder, simply select an existing folder or create a new folder and select it. Then click on ‘Export’. After exporting, you will be prompted to publish your website. Important: If you have not set any specific page names in the Page & Layer Gallery, then the name you exported to last will be used as the basis for all the pages in your website. E.g., if you open a template website, and export this as 'test' to your file system, and now publish this, it will be published as test.htm to your web server, and all additional pages will be test_2.htm, test_3.htm etc. index.htm is the usual name for the first page of a website. Transferring data Step 17: After you have clicked Publish, Designer Pro/Web Designer displays a small window that shows the progress of data transmission. Step 18: As soon as the transfer is finished, you can open a browser window and navigate to the URL of your published website. MOW users can open their website via their Online World web address: Note: Many web servers use case-sensitive filenames. So, for example, the web address is not the same thing as To reduce confusion and the likelihood of errors Designer Pro/Web Designer enforces that all page names are all lower-case and contain only allowable characters. This means that spaces are not allowed in page names. We suggest using an underscore as an alternative separator.