The replacement in step 4 is basically to tell the templates where your sharedcode directory is stored.
Originally, the templates were set up for use in a directory named
with their sharedcode in
We just need to replace the directory path to your sharedcode, keeping in mind the templates reference their files from the root of your webserver.
Here's a few examples, with where the sharedcode is placed and what the correct replacement should be.
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======> replace /cssunltemplates/ with /ous/
======> replace /cssunltemplates/ with /unlpub/special/
======> replace /cssunltemplates/ with /
This replacement doesn't have any effect/consequences on where your .shtml file will end up being stored... but it does matter where it pulls your sharedcode from... and that's the only reason you're making that replacement. So determine where your sharedcode files are stored on the server you're using and replace /cssunltemplates/ with the path to yours.
Hope that all makes sense?