.xmlfiles, in the
xmldoc/subdirectory. These are the master copies that no user ever should touch, but that are used to generate the variants below.
.htmlfiles, in the
htmldoc/subdirectory. You can open your own locally installed copy of the
Welcome.htmlfile in your web browser and thereafter navigate among all the pages. You can learn which parameters are free to be changed, but not change anything, except by brute-force cut-and-paste to a file of your own.
.phpfiles, in the
phpdoc/subdirectory. For these files to provide the functionality described above they have to accessed via a webserver. The one where you have your homepage should work fine. Alternatively you can use pages already available on another server.
phpdoc/subdirectory there. In addition to the
.phpcode this includes a few more files, plus a subdirectory named
fileswhere the temporary files are stored. This subdirectory must have public write access to work (
chmod a+w filesif not).
filesactually remain unless the RESET button is used. The good news is that this makes it possible to recover a file that otherwise might be lost. The bad news is that the
filesdirectory may need to be cleaned up from time to time. (But typically the files are pretty small, so this should not be a major problem.)
name-of-flag/mode/parameter/word = valuewith one variable per line. Thereafter all the settings on the page are restored to their default values.