Please note: This FAQ is based on version 2.0.1.
- How does the FTP directory mapping work?
The local folder will map itself to the destination folder (both specified in the Options -> FTP & Mapping Settings) so that
the file locations will be kept when uploading to the FTP server. For example, you are editing HTML files in the local
folders "C:\Inetpub\wwwroot\" and "C:\Inetpub\wwwroot\DigiCraft\", and your local folder setting is "C:\Inetpub\wwwroot\".
Your destination folder is also set to "/public_html". When you upload files from the "C:\Inetpub\wwwroot\" directory, they'll
be uploaded to "/public_html". When you upload files from "C:\Inetpub\wwwroot\DigiCraft\", they'll be uploaded to
"/public_html/DigiCraft", therefore ensuring the directory structure is the same.
- How do I indent/unindent multiple lines of text?
Select the lines of text. Hold down control-shift and press 'U' to unindent and 'I' to indent. The indentation space
count is based on the tab width in the editor options.
- Will Web Notepad attempt to keep the FTP connection alive?
Yes. The FTP command 'pwd' is executed every 25 seconds as a way of keeping the connection active. However, this can
be turned off in the options dialog.
- Can I use bookmarks in my document?
Yes. Hold down control-shift and press a number corresponding to the bookmark index you want to set. A gutter will
appear on the left of the editor with a bookmark symbol. To later return to that bookmark, hold down control and
press the number of the bookmark. To remove the bookmark, simply do the same as you would to set it. Hold down
control-shift and press the number of bookmark. When all bookmarks are removed the gutter will disappear.