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How can I upload all files and pages I have locally up to Google Sites?

Right now I can use templates as per my own wish to add folders, sidebars, footers to annotate the site. I am not talking about this.

I already have the contents in my hand for the site. All the files (including index.html), the sub files, CSS files. All I need is a mechanism to upload all the files so that when this site is visited, the index.html file is loaded.

How do I do this?

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migrated from superuser.com Oct 14 '13 at 16:09

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You can't do that directly. Per the article Upload existing web pages:

You can't however upload web pages as individual HTML files.

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