• Is there a way to upload html document?
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  • Hey I made a html coded website for an online summer class I am taking and I wanted to see if anyone could look at it and give me some feedback. But I am not sure how to upload it so others can see. If anyone can help me, please share. Thanks, Rapidk1ll3rz
  • [QUOTE=rapidk1ll3rz;36909501]No because I really don't need a whole website.[/QUOTE] Source code works magical wonders.
  • I think dropbox might be a good but shitty way to host an html document.
  • get some free webhosting like 000webhost.com it'll be fine for something like that and they have a simple file uploader.
  • Ok so I was able to make a free hosting site thanks to FrankPetrov, but now the backgrounds arn't showing up. I know that you have to list the directories or something and I tried that and it didn't work. If anyone knows what I am supposed to do please post. Oh and the backgrounds are pictures not just colors. thanks
  • [QUOTE=rapidk1ll3rz;36916033]Ok so I was able to make a free hosting site thanks to FrankPetrov, but now the backgrounds arn't showing up. I know that you have to list the directories or something and I tried that and it didn't work. If anyone knows what I am supposed to do please post. Oh and the backgrounds are pictures not just colors. thanks[/QUOTE] Make sure you upload the pictures as well, you can't link to resources on your hard drive.
  • Using Dropbox is a lot easier than having to upload all the files to a free hosting site, plus there's no adds, or whatever. Either way paid hosting is best, but I'd use the Dropbox public folder if I were you.. Edit: Did you link to them correctly within your html document?
  • I already got the hosting site so I would like to use that if I can get it to work. [editline]24th July 2012[/editline] Thats what I am having problems with [QUOTE=Streetser20;36917920]Using Dropbox is a lot easier than having to upload all the files to a free hosting site, plus there's no adds, or whatever. Either way paid hosting is best, but I'd use the Dropbox public folder if I were you.. Edit: Did you link to them correctly within your html document?[/QUOTE] [editline]24th July 2012[/editline] I made a folder images and then made this line of code <BODY TEXT="#FFFFFF" BACKGROUND="/images/ambackground.png"> is this right?
  • If they're in the same folder as the html files then use "./{imagename}.{extension}" and it should work.. e.g. [code]<img src="./picture.jpg" />[/code] Rather than (what you probably have..): [code]<img src="C:\\username\...\picture.jpg" />[/code] Try with a [b].[/b] before the first [b]/[/b] - but it might work... PS: Use [url=http://htmldog.com/guides/cssbeginner]CSS[/url]