Right, I am using WinSCP version 4.1.8 (build 415) on Windows XP, and using the Explorer interface. I am using FTP in order to upload files to a website hosted at winwebhost.daily.co.uk .
I have a main directory with various subdirectories, corresponding to subpages of the website (as I don't want to get into .htaccess just for the sake of removing the ".htm" at the end of each subpage's web address). I would like to be able each .htm file to be able to access a single background image in the home directory, as duplicating it for each directory will obviously take up memory and I can't help feeling there should be a relatively simple solution.
Am I right that I want to set the image's file permissions? Following the documentation, I have tried to play around with this via the Properties box, but every single time have ended up with an error message along the lines of
'SITE CHMOD 040 /wwwroot/bigstock1.JPG': command not understood
Why is it doing this? Is changing the file's permissions even what I want to be doing in the first place?
Thanks in advance!