How do I add HTML to the root directory?

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Hello,

Homestead sites don't have a "root directory" that you could work with, but you can certainly add HTML via an element on the page, or through Page Settings.
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Its part of the analytic installation instructions for Google & Facebook event tracking, So is a root directory above the Head, after but before the body, or elsewhere in the Site/page code?  I can open the Entire page to an HTML editor and make changes once I know where a Root Directory is kept for Homestead.  Thanks for your help to a tech-dummy!
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Its part of the analytic installation instructions for Google & Facebook event tracking, So is a root directory above the Head, after but before the body, or elsewhere in the Site/page code?  I can open the Entire page to an HTML editor and make changes once I know where a Root Directory is kept for Homestead.  Thanks for your help to a tech-dummy!
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If you need to upload HTML files, you can upload that into the File Manager for Sitebuilder Plus. That is the closest you will get to a "Root Directory" with Homestead.

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