Request: Index.html for my webpage *Please!*

NokiaDude

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Could someone please make me a Index page in html that has a White background and in the center of the page it says:

Nokiadude's Storage Server

Thanks. :)
 

Aves

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<html>
<head>
<title>
Nokiadude's Storage Server
</title>
</head>
<body>
<center>Nokiadude's Storage Server</center>
</body>
</html>



Paste that into notepad and save it as "index.html"



You could also just paste <center>Nokiadude's Storage Server</center> into notepad and save it as "index.html" and I know IE will render it correctly.

I'm not sure about other browsers so the best bet is just to do the first suggestion.
 

bmacd

Lifer
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hey aves2k: kinda OT, but why don't you ever post pics of you and ohtwell?

-=bmacd=-
 

Soybomb

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You need to set the permissions for the documents you're serving.

If its a *nix host then
"chmod -R 755 directorynamewithdocumentsyouwanttoserve"
 

DanFungus

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I don't think you can have it list them, unless you can do CHMOD or "Change Flie attributes" to 755, like Soybomb said...if you can FTP into the place where you upload the stuff, then you have a better chance of being able to CHMOD..if you do it through web browser, and have no option to FTP, then, I'd say chances are slim, unless cox has their own way of doing it.
 

NokiaDude

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I'm just using the incredibly small space of 10mb Cox gave me to host my pics and what not. I'm using the file manager at the service.cox.net to manage my uploads and files. Can someone please help me setup a directory for my files so I can just click on them?
 

RossMAN

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What kind of website are you trying to setup? What kind of content will be on it?

Do you already own your own domain name?
 

yoda291

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Originally posted by: NokiaDude
Ok I changed it to html. Now how do I do a directory?

I guess the easiest way to do so would be to make a hyperlink to each pic. form of a hyperlink follows <a href="PATH_TO_PIC">Text</a>

carriage returns can be done by adding a "
"

 

NokiaDude

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RossMan. I'm trying to setup a simple picture and misc files webpage. I want to use it to access files from the webpage to use on other computers. No, I do not own my own domain name. Just using the server space Cox gave me.
 

RossMAN

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Feb 24, 2000
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Originally posted by: NokiaDude
RossMan. I'm trying to setup a simple picture and misc files webpage. I want to use it to access files from the webpage to use on other computers. No, I do not own my own domain name. Just using the server space Cox gave me.

Oh ok thanks I wasn't sure what your intentions were for the webpage. Sounds like a good idea.

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