Adam5000 - 2:58 pm on Jun 12, 2012 (gmt 0)
I rearranged the pages on my website and added new pages to the ones that are there now.
I was happily tra la la ing along, creating file names that I like, and then when I got a certain percentage of the way finished I decided to make a backup of what I'd done so far.
So I went to the folder containing the website, copied the folder, and began pasting it in another location. But soon after the pasting process began, it stopped and I got an error message that read
"Destination path too long.
The file name(s) would be too long for the destination folder. You can shorten the file name and try again or try a location that has a shorter path."
Does anyone know what this means?
I can shorten some of the file names or file paths if necessary to make a backup, but my BIG question is if I leave my "New and improved" website the way it is, will it be a problem when I upload it to the server? Or in other words, if I upload the "New and improved" version of the site to the server with no changes in file names or file paths, will visitors be able to view all of the pages?