Files / CSS

Images:

Adding and uploading images to your website is very easy and is just like adding and editing pages. First, you will choose a name for your image. Remember to use URL-friendly names with underscores as spaces and not using any special characters.

Notice there are four buttons for all your images: View | Rename | Replace | Delete

View: Open the image in a new window in your browser

Rename: Rename the image. Changing an image name will break existing links to it. Be sure to update all links to that image elsewhere on your site and CSS files.

Replace: If you want to replace an image, but not break the link or rename it, you can simply replace the image and all the links / URLS will remain the same.

Delete: This will delete your image permanently. This cannot be undone.

To Add a New Image:
Simply click the New Image button located at the top of the “Images” tab.

Files / CSS:

Much like the pages and images tool, the Files & CSS section allows you to upload almost any kind of file you might need to have on your site or any CSS and Javascript files used in your site’s design. This tool is very helpful for editing your site and making files, such as documents and slideshows, available for download.

Notice the five buttons listed to the right of each file: View | Rename | Replace | Delete

View: Opens the file in a new window in your browser. Depending on the file type, this might prompt your browser to download the file. With something like a .txt or .css file, it may simply just load inside your browser.

Rename: Renames the file name. Warning: Renaming a file will break any links to it elsewhere on your website.

Edit: For .css and .JS (javascript) files, you can edit the contents directly inside the website builder tool. This saves you a lot of time with minor changes and won’t require you to download and then re-upload the file.

Replace: If you want to replace a file, but not break the link or rename it, you can simply replace the file and all the links / URLS will remain the same.

Delete: This will delete your file permanently. This cannot be undone.

Editing a File:

If a file is a .CSS or .JS (Javascript), clicking edit on a file will drop down a window displaying the contents of that file. You can either edit the text right there in the window or copy and paste it into your favorite text editing tool. Don’t forget to hit “Update” once you’re done.