Files in dot points on my page?

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You need to configure your software to publish as HTML, as the technology used is not supported by the servers (LMSOFT). Also I would recommend using only lowercase letters for the filenames, as Linux is CaSe-SeNsItIvE.
 

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You need to configure your software to publish as HTML, as the technology used is not supported by the servers (LMSOFT). Also I would recommend using only lowercase letters for the filenames, as Linux is CaSe-SeNsItIvE.

Gotta jump in here - check the Web subfolder. The website uploaded just fine, but instead of it just doing the contents of Web into public_html it did the entire subfolder as another subfolder of public_html.

Long story short it's actually working but it's in the wrong folder; not sure where all that extra junk came from though.
 

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you do not have an index file such as index.html

Read my last post; his client uploaded everything. Upon closer inspection all those strange files are app-specific files - it basically uploaded the entire project folder, including the -actual- folder that was supposed to be published, Web.
 
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