Clear as mud I'll bet.
Very THICK mud Dallas... lol
WWW is not usually a "Folder" on someone's website and items that end in "html" are usually files not folders.
Can you explain what you mean a littler better...
I must be slow this morning...
I'll try. But I'm not really good at explaining things.
Consider that a website is nothing more than a folder on a computer. Just like using Windows or Linux. In the case of one you can see, look up at the address bar of your browser.
First you should see: http://
That stands for Hyper Text Transfer Protocal, a kind of language computers use to talk to each other across distances. the 2 forward slashes, (//), mean that the computer that you are working with should look outside itself for the request you made.
Then comes the WWW. This tells the computer that what it looking for is on the worldwide web as opposed to a LAN or local area network.
Then there is the actual name of the folder you are looking for: busconversions.com
The name speaks for itself, but the 'com' is a desigation by the powers that rule the internet that the place you are looking for is a commercial website as opposed to an orginization (.org) or network (.net) or learning institution (.edu), etcetera.
Then a forward slash bbs (/bbs) to indicate what folder on the server busconversios is on.
then index.php which is the file you are looking for in that folder.
I'm not familiar with all control panels, but the one I use is cPanel X, which is just the interface that I can use to access the controls and functions of my website.
If I click on 'file manager' it takes me to the same place on my server that windows explorer takes me on my computer.
From there, there is a list of all folders and subfolders and files.
Two of these folders are public_html and www. (***Note*** I did not type "public.html" the period would indicate a file named 'public' with an html extension).
The two folders, public_html and www usually contain the same things in a redundant fashion. Sometimes they aren't exactly alike, but usually they are.
The folder index on my website looks like this:
Click on a folder icon to navigate.
Click on a name to view its properties.
/ (Current Folder)
Create New Folder
Create New File
.addon-installlog 0 k 0644
.addonscgi-phpBB 0 k 0600
.bash_logout 0 k 0644
.bash_profile 0 k 0644
.bashrc 0 k 0644
.contactemail 0 k 0644
.cpanel-ducache 186 k 0600
.filter 0 k 0644
.lastlogin 0 k 0600
.mailboxlist 0 k 0644
.searchblurb 29 k 0644
.searchindex 77 k 0644
.spamassassinboxenable 0 k 0644
.spamassassinenable 0 k 0644
.spamkey 0 k 0600
.zshrc 0 k 0644
Now that I've thoroughly confused everyone, did I help at all?
Oh, and another piece of information to make it even more complicated, there don't even have to be words to the web address. Computers don't use words, they use numbers such as: http://188.8.131.52/
which is the IP (internet protocol) address of www.busconversions.com
Are all exactly the same place in different formats.
Now I'm going to drink a beer and get all these big thoughts out of my pointy little noggin. I've thunked to much for one day.