TAILIEUCHUNG - Taking Your Talent to the Web- P16

Taking Your Talent to the Web- P16:It was a simple solution to a complex problem. On one side, thousands of designers and art directors are eager to take their talents to the Web but aren’t sure how. On the other, web agencies could not find enough good web designers to get their work done. | 206 HOW HTML the Building Blocks of Life Itself Publish That Sucker comforting exactly but it does help prevent mistakes. FTP does not. Existing files if present will simply be deleted and replaced by the new file. Many a life or at least a weekend has been ruined when a web designer dragged one file on top of another. So use care when naming your files. Many web designers rename old files before they update them becomes for instance or . Equally important is that depending on the rules of the FTP server text files might have to be uploaded as text or they will not work. Image files along with Flash movies sound files and so on might have to be uploaded as binaries or they will not work. Doddering old Fetch has a checkbox for automatic detection of text or binary. That checkbox is your friend. Check it and you will not be faced with the mysteries of the nonworking site. Finally as we ve emphasized all along it s important to make sure that your files end in appropriate extensions .jpg for JPEG images .html for HTML documents and so on and that you have paid attention to their capital-ization or lack thereof. Offline you can get away with mismatched cases. For example IMG SRC might work just as well as IMG SRC or IMG SRC when you re testing the web page offline on your hard drive. But almost all web servers are case-sensitive. Windows IIS does not seem to care one way or the other. On most servers if the file is named and your HTML refers to the image will not show up on the Web. Many web designers avoid this problem by using only lowercase for their filenames never or . Sticking to lowercase and coding all references in lowercase may save hours of tedious labor. You ll also protect your clients and your site s potential visitors. Because most folks who ve spent time on the Web have noticed consciously or unconsciously that nearly all URLs .