Unzipping Your Allwebco Website Template

Support for uncompressing the downloaded template zip folder

Sticky Note Unzipping
Allwebco templates are downloaded as a compressed zip file. Once downloaded, you'll need to unzip the folder. Optionally keep the zip file from the download so you'll have a backup of the original template files.

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Unzipping on a MAC
You may need to download and install the free Stuffit Expander. Once Stuffit is installed you can double click the folder that you have downloaded to unstuff it.


Unzipping in Windows 8, 9 & 10
Find the zip folder you saved to your hard drive (Example: bL0630.00-tempT23.zip). This will most likely be in your downloads folder under your Windows login name. Check the following support pages on the Microsoft Windows website.
Unzipping in Windows 7, Vista, XP, 2000, ME
Find the zip folder you saved to your hard drive (Example: bL0630.00-tempT23.zip). This will most likely be in your downloads folder under your Windows login name.
  1. Find the .zip file in your downloads folder, or whatever folder you chose, and move this to the folder you plan to work in.
  2. Right click on the .zip folder and chose "Extract All".
  3. You will now have 2 folders, one is the zipped folder. One is the template folder. You may want to rename the .zip folder by adding BACKUP to the name.

    Example: "BACKUP-bL0630.00-tempT23.zip".

Unzipping option 2: Windows 7, Vista, XP, 2000, ME
If you did "Right click on the folder and chose "Extract All" and this did not work properly:
  1. Find the .zip file in your downloads folder, or whatever folder you chose, and move this to the folder you plan to work in.
  2. Double click the .zip file to open it.
  3. Right click on the folder inside the .zip file (Example: tempT23) and choose copy.
  4. Move out of the .zip folder and go to the folder you plan to work in and choose "paste".
  5. What many users will do is right click on the Windows desktop and choose "paste". Keep in mind that if you paste on your desktop this is not a shortcut, so be sure you do not accidentally delete this folder.
  6. You will now have 2 folders, one is the zipped folder. One is the template folder. You may want to rename the .zip folder by adding BACKUP to the name.

    Example: "BACKUP-bL0630.00-tempT23.zip".

  7. Click for more details about this method.

Windows Troubleshooting
If you open the unzipped template folder and see no images you may be working in the .zip folder. Check that you are working in the unzipped folder. Optionally contact us to request a new download.

Notes on Winzip software
If you are having problems with unzipping using Winzip software, check the "View" selection on the menu bar and select "View Files by Folder (Explorer Style)" to unzip the template into it's proper folders.

Unzipping in Windows 98, 95
You may need to download and install the free version of Winzip on your computer to unzip the files. Once Winzip is installed you can double click the folder that you downloaded.

Start Editing
Once your template is unzipped you can start editing the webpages. Open the "help.html" included in the download in your web browser. Follow the step by step directions. See the links below for more help and software.




Related Topics:
Step by Step Editing in Notepad
Editing The HTML Pages
Choosing Software