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Hi. I am in process of creating new website. I have purchased domain from hosting site that does provide templates, but i was unable to get their eCommerce software working with those templates. So i decided to create my own site using sharepoint designer. Then upload it via FTP to their servers.

Is there any good reads or how-to books/articles online or available for purchase that would give me a good idea of how to upload my site?

Thanks,

Eric
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I found this guide which I like cause I really like filezilla.  It's a neat little FTP program.

http://www.thesitewizard.com/gettingstarted/howtoupload.shtml

However, if you're paying for the hosted service surely they should provide you with support to get the templates working?  They should at least be able to provide you with the FTP details to upload their to your site.  You will need the FTP server address, username and password.
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