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I got one at 95 MB. Now i gotta either get a free one or design a layout. Seeing as i cant code though will have to be a template.
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You have free hosting at 95mb? Be careful they only allow, html, gif, jpegs and other graphics, no mp3's, not sure how they are with other webs stuff?

Whats your plans for the layout etc?

Let me know, I could help you on this project.
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Just a nice proffessinal looking one, i quite like geek to go's, with the links at the top and different forums links and at the side and one for the overall forum and on for downloads etc.

Also, i got my e-mail with my FTTP? Im not sure how to work it, it gives me a link that doesnt work, login and password.
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Ok send me those details, by pm!
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Could someone offer a quick faq on web creaton?


To finish answering your last question in more detail :

A web page is a document. The web page document is held in a file. The root language for web pages is HTML. Files containing HTML documents almost always have either .htm or .html as a suffix in their filename. When viewed in a browser, such as the Internet Explorer, a web page can include a picture. The picture does not become part of the HTML document (it is not part of the document file) but is held in its own file, and is referenced by the HTML code in the HTML document.

Pictures are usually in either JPEG of GIF formats, held in files with .jpg or .gif suffixes, respectively. Pictures are referenced in web page documents by their file name, including the suffix. The picture file must either be in the same folder (directory) as the web page document, or the reference in the HTML code must include the necessary path information to correctly reference the file -- it's easiest for now to keep the picture files along side the HTML document files that reference them.

As I mentioned, these two paragraphs contain some very basic information, but it is surprising how many questions we receive that are answered by these simple facts. Armed with this information, you should now be ready to proceed. The best place to go from here are the Non-Technical Introduction

for some good background information

http://nl.internet.c...,7ffs,41dq,enhh

and the HTML primers to learn the code

http://nl.internet.c...,3f2k,41dq,enhh

These links are only two of a hundred or so good ones. Here's more :

Setup Your Own Free Personal Web Site

HTML Questions and Answers


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Thanks alot Ron. Much appreciated.
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