HTML-Kit Tools Video Tutorial Series

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    Nerdtech, 11th Sep 2013 7:00 am

    Hi Guys,

    Been using HTML-Kit Tools trial for a week or two now and I'm probably going to purchase it since it's awesome. However there are still areas of the program I'm still not sure about, the main one being setting up folders in it (virtual, ftp etc...) and then uploading and maintaining my site through FTP ect... does it work similar to Dreamweaver where you can define a site/folder structure?

    I'm wondering is there a series of video tutorials on all aspects of the program or will one be produced? I have seen some on youtube but they don't look very professional.

    -thanks

    Nulldiv

    • HTML-Kit Support, 11th Sep 2013 8:02 am

      On 9/11/2013 7:00 AM, Nerdtech wrote:

      Hi Guys,

      Been using HTML-Kit Tools trial for a week or two now and I'm
      probably going to purchase it since it's awesome. However there are
      still areas of the program I'm still not sure about, the main one
      being setting up folders in it (virtual, ftp etc...) and then
      uploading and maintaining my site through FTP ect... does it work
      similar to Dreamweaver where you can define a site/folder structure?

      I'm wondering is there a series of video tutorials on all aspects of
      the program or will one be produced? I have seen some on youtube but
      they don't look very professional.

      -thanks

      Nulldiv

      Hi,

      HTML-Kit's documentation sucks and the videos are cheesy. I can say that
      because I create them. I intend to improve that side of things but end
      up spending time on features and coding binges.

      On the other hand, HTML-Kit Tools is usable out of the box and you can
      start incorporating advanced aspects of it as you go (and get answers to
      any questions that come up).

      Here's how I'd describe folders in projects:

      Local folders and network folders provide quick access to existing work
      directories like C:\MySites\Site1\

      FTP folders are good for browsing files on remote servers and for making
      quick changes (double click, edit and save).

      If your work is spread across multiple directories (say
      C:\MySites\Site1\ and C:\StockImages\Tech), you can create a virtual
      folder and add those directories under it to logically organize those
      folders inside the project window.

      HTML-Kit's FTP folders are not meant for replacing a dedicated FTP
      client, so for heavy uploads you might install a client like
      filezilla-project.org

      Hope this helps a bit.

      Chami

      • Nerdtech, 11th Sep 2013 12:45 pm

        Hi Chami,

        Yes that has helped a lot. I love your sense of humor hence another reason I will be purchasing lol...

        I actually produce video tutorials, mostly on PC security but I think I will produce one on at least that aspect of the program.

        thanks again

        -Nerdtech