If you want to customize the appearance of your FileMaker Pro databases on the Web, you can do so by creating custom web pages and moving them into the Web folder.
To use custom web solutions from a previous version of FileMaker Pro, move those files into the Web folder. If your custom web solutions were created in a version of FileMaker Pro earlier than FileMaker Pro 5, change any references to .fp3 files to .fp5 files in the html pages. This reference change can be made in a text editor. You should also place any custom web interfaces to FileMaker Pro in this folder.
If you would like to create a home page different from the one that is provided by the Web Companion, you can do so by creating a home page with a web authoring tool and then moving it into the Web folder. Although this sample page that you're reading is named default.htm, you can use a different name for your home page. Any filename you use must end in the .htm or .html extension to function correctly. For example, you can use either company.htm or company.html. After creating the home page, move it into the top level of the Web folder in the FileMaker Pro folder. Then, configure the Web Companion to use your home page. See "Setting plug-in preferences" in FileMaker Pro Help for more information.
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