In order to create a web-site you need source-files (HTML, PHP and others)
as well as graphic-files (images such as gif, jpg, png etc.).
Each filetype has its own edit-program:
These files must reside in a hierarchical directory-structure, e.g. all HTML- and PHP-files
in a project-directory like 'c:\website_xy\' and the image-files in a subdirectory like 'images\'.
- Edit HTML- and PHP-files: ASCII-Editor
- Display HTML-files: Web-Browser
- Edit / Display image-files: PMView, Embellish etc.
The project-directory must be defined once in the phpGUI-Settings-dialog, after that
you have direct access to all files in that project (including the subdirectories).
Each file may be opened by its associated edit-programm. At any time a file may
be uploaded directly to the remote web-server (which must also be defined once
in the phpGUI-Settings-dialog). The directory-structure on the remote site is maintained
automatically, i.e. if neccessary phpGUI will create subdirs by itself.