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bob60
12-19-2006, 11:41 PM
I have recently created my website consisting of about 12 pages.i have
saved each page in accordance with the provided instructions,but my question is do I need to add the .bvp after each page name? I have noticed that after i save each page it shows that it is saved as a blue voda document ,but does not have the bvp after it. do I need to do this manually or am I doing something wrong.I do not want to mess -up when it comes time to publish. Would appreciate your help.
Client ID: 11963

LadyEye
12-19-2006, 11:55 PM
I have recently created my website consisting of about 12 pages.i have
saved each page in accordance with the provided instructions,but my question is do I need to add the .bvp after each page name? I have noticed that after i save each page it shows that it is saved as a blue voda document ,but does not have the bvp after it. do I need to do this manually or am I doing something wrong.I do not want to mess -up when it comes time to publish. Would appreciate your help.
Client ID: 11963

No ... sounds like you are doing everything right - .bvp is the name of the file extension that blue voda gives .. blue voda adds this itself ... the same as you take a photo with a digital camera, download it to your computer, the file extension is there .jpg ...

You may know this, but I'll add it anyway

the main page of your site, saved, named, published as index, retrieved via the internet with your domain name

every page thereafter named by your choice, no spaces, saved and published as the name only - retrieved via the internet, with yourdomainname/nameofpage.html

You do not add the .html when you name or save your page, blue voda does that automatically too, but when linking or retrieving you must type the .html

Hope this helps.

bob60
12-20-2006, 12:51 AM
Thank you Lady Eye. you were most helpful. hope you get promoted to a 5 star general

LadyEye
12-20-2006, 12:57 AM
Thank you Lady Eye. you were most helpful. hope you get promoted to a 5 star general

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