When Publishing your Project to your web host, if you receive an error message that a file was found but not transferred, check whether the file is your .ims Project file. By default, our products automatically transfer a copy of your .ims Project file to your web host. This is done so that if you loose your Project file on your computer for any reason, there is a backup on your web host that you can download.
Some web hosts do not recognize a file with a .ims extension, and so refuse to accept it. You don't need this file on your web host, so you can instruct the software not to upload it - in the Publisher, under the Profile tab, uncheck 'Auto Backup Project File When Publishing'. Keep in mind that after you have done this there will not be a backup of your project file on your web host.
Also, check that you do not have any spaces or odd characters in your file names ('My&*WEbp age.html' would be better named mywebpage.html )