Setting up Wesk couldn’t be easier. Just enter your website address, and off you go.
As you can see from the screenshot above, you can choose to provide either of the following:
- An external URL, where your website is hosted
- A folder on your own computer (or a network share)
What’s the difference?
If you provide a URL, it’s clear that your web application is already being hosted elsewhere. This is the most common option, and Wesk will connect to this URL. Your web app can be hosted anywhere (the Internet, your intranet, your own machine…).
If you select a folder on your computer, your web app will automatically be hosted by Wesk.
It won’t work if you have a dynamic website (i.e. using technologies such as PHP, ASP.NET, Ruby-on-Rails etc.).