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Thread: Few Website Questions

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    TRshady
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    ok, I making loads of web pages (using frontpage) and have a few questions:

    1. How do I create a vertical line, so I can have links on one side?

    2. How do I "text wrap" an image?

    3. Is this possible with geocities?: make another account and upload files which I can use on my site as download links?

    4. Is there a better hoster then geocities, with at least 20mb and little or no ads?

    Thanks for reading

  2. Software & Hardware   -   #2
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    Learn HTML - it's really easy - most of it's just like the bb tags on this board...
    There's a link to an excellent tutorial at the bottom of my webpage (check my sig for link).

    1. How do I create a vertical line, so I can have links on one side?
    Use frames.

    2. How do I "text wrap" an image?
    Use the [img]pic.jpg[/img] tag format

    3. Is this possible with geocities?: make another account and upload files which I can use on my site as download links?
    4. Is there a better hoster then geocities, with at least 20mb and little or no ads?
    Doesn't your ISP give you webspace? If so, get an FTP client and upload it to the webspace provided by your ISP.

  3. Software & Hardware   -   #3
    i use geocities... ummm yea u can prob do dls by making nwe accounts

    geocities has 15mb free space no ftp service

    but u would have to write teh whole link... out.... if u use another account...

    i do that

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    this is a good site to learn everything for building websites

    http://www.htmlgoodies.com

    fuck Derby County

  5. Software & Hardware   -   #5
    With geocities try to
    add/remove <textarea style="display:none;"> before the </body> tag. done.
    Or if you decide to go with tripod, I will tell you an ezer way. You can see my tripod site at this place and you will notice that it has no ads.

  6. Software & Hardware   -   #6
    I have done several Tripod sites without ads, since I found the following info:

    I noticed this used on Leo Getz&#39;s pages. They were hosted on Tripod, but there were no banner ads&#33;? So I used his Response Form, and asked how he did it. He referred me to his main page: LG&#39;s Info, and from there I found his link to Free Webspace, and there I found Banner and Pop-Up Killers for many free space providers.
    He has the info (for Tripod) set up to look like this:

    My HTML Looks Like This:

    <html>
    <head>
    <title></title>
    </head>
    <body>
    </body>
    </html>

    Make It Look Like This:

    <html>
    <noembed><xmp>
    <body>
    </xmp></noembed>
    <head>
    <title></title>
    </head>
    <body>


    &#60;&#33;-- Then, at the end of the page, add the following, just before the closing </body> tag. /--&#33;>

    <ILAYER id="slot1" visibility=hide width=1 height=1></ILAYER>
    <noscript>
    </body>
    </html>
    </noscript>


    That&#39;s it&#33;
    Oh yeah, this only works for Tripod&#39;s inline ads, not their pop-ups.

    I tried it; it works.

  7. Software & Hardware   -   #7
    TRshady
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    Thank you all very much for your replies .

    I&#39;m about to go to school, so I&#39;ll post larger later but for now:

    @KingY: By looking at your website there are NO adverts/banners, which I think is amazing&#33;
    It is free right? (as www.kingsofnothing.tk doesn&#39;t seem free).
    If so how much webspace?

    @lamsey: cheers mate, I&#39;ll try those later, I can use xp 2002s templates to get frames so I guess I can cheat for now
    No, my isp is "bt broadband" which I went for, not knowing about openworld, as bt broadband was the one advertised on tv. It&#39;s no-frills and just a simple connection.

    @just change: wow, that would be great. thanks for telling us that

  8. Software & Hardware   -   #8
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    How do I create a vertical line, so I can have links on one side?
    Use tables or frames...

    Is there a better hoster then geocities, with at least 20mb and little or no ads?
    Pay for hosting is the best way or try Tripod Lycos and find some script on the internet to get rid of the adverts... or maybe try Web 1000...

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    Duties are not performed for duty&#39;s sake, but because their neglect would make the man uncomfortable. A man performs but one duty - the duty of contenting his spirit, the duty of making himself agreeable to himself.
    Mark Twain

  10. Software & Hardware   -   #10
    TRshady
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    ok, visit my site now and your&#39;ll see some changes, guess not to go with frames for now, was fairly easy but each frame is saved separately and I got confused

    Is there any way of stopping the geocities ad square?
    Its so annoying that it starts off maximised when yesterday there was none at all

    Moving to tripod would mean transfering all my uploads as niether allows linking

    I reckon people are gonna find my site increasingly usefull as the days go by ...............

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