2013-09-17 3:41 pm EST
On our server the public_html directory is where your website's default files are pulled from. The www directory is simply a symbolic link to the public_html one. So anything you place in either directory will be identical when viewed from the other directory on the server.
If you have a local site setup, and all of the site files are in a directory called www, simply opening up that directory, and then uploading all of those files to the public_html directory on our server should be all you need to do.
You'll need all of your local site files on the server, so I'd recommend any that you're seeing in your local www directory get uploaded to the server's public_html directory. Or you can put them in the www directory on the server as well, as again this is simply a pointer to the exact same files found in the public_html directory.
Please let us know if you needed any further assistance getting your files moved to the proper location. You might also like to read our article on what directory should I upload files to that explains a bit more how files are read from the server-side.
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