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    Unhappy Where do I write the HTML?

    Can I write it in Netscape Composer, or if that's not possible where can I write it?

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    NetScape Composer is not a bad free editor for those that do not know HTML, but there are problems you will encounter when viewing your page.

    If you are codeing your own HTML I would suggest using notepad or word pad

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    I personally don't like NS composer.

    When I started web pages, I used NS, but I found that it liked to d/l all images from counters to buttons, which weren't on my HD, onto it and then change the code so it points at them.

    *SIGH* It may be better now, this was 2 - 3 years ago.


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    Sorry... I have a few more questions:

    Is it possible to post a link when working with HTML to a file on your own hard drive so others can download it?

    Whenever I finish the code, how do I upload it to the internet?


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    No.Unless your harddrive is on the server.You can put any file (policy permitting) into the webspace, which is just a hard-drive on someone elses computer, and link to that file directly. If its a non-displayable file then it will automatically set the browser into a download.

    If this doesn't work, you can actually make a dirext ftp link, but I would not recommend it.

    To upload stuff, see the reply I put in the Report Problems section in this forum.

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