File names are changing when exporting to websiteAuthor: Tim N.
This is a long story but want to include as much information as possible. It's been a long and frustrating journey.
After sending changes and additions to the website, a file got its' name changed slightly. It happened THREE TIMES yesterday.
I'm using Website X5 Evolution version 188.8.131.52 (64 bit)
The website is KUfan.com as in a fan of the Kansas University Jayhawks. I have a bracket contest every year and use Tubotourney to keep track of players and post all kinds of reports. More about that later.
File name is Tournamentsummary.html.
It changed to TournamenetsummaryXXXXX.html and "XXXXX" is what got added and is numbers and letteres, like "42nq3iyy".
This morning, it's working!!!!!!! But I see there is another one in one of the preview pages that says "files/tournamentresults_zftqok92.html"
The bold letters shouldn't be there. It does NOT say that in the place where I put the file name.
I have kinda figured out that it has something to do with duplicate files, but don't understand where the duplicate is coming from.
Background: I have had a website since 1999. I've always used Frontpage 2000. It's simple. I've got very familiar with it and I understand it, but also know it is way obsolete as hell and doesn't do dropdown menus so I bought your website builder. The way I store files for upload is different than Website X5.
What's wrong??? What's happeneing????
Where should I be storing files to be added?
Where should I store html pages or photos or other objects or should they all be stored together?
One of the great features of Turbotourney (which I've been using for over a decade) is that it allows for the header and footer of my webstite to be included in their reports so they are integrated into my website.
I can't find the header and footer. Where are they?
I'm trying to get this all set up before the NCAA Tournament in mid March. I have the Contest Page visible so you can take a look at it if you want. Sorry this is so long.
Thank you for your time.