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#146859 - 02/12/01 01:06 AM Uploading personally made pages to site
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I am planning to create my site's pages off-line, using Netscape Composer [Netscape Communicator 4.73], as the items I plan to add would take lots of _connected to my ISP_ time . After pages are composed [I am creating images in AutoCAD, then converting them to a raster format in Paint Shop Pro] and if things look good, I want to upload these pages to the site.

My questions are:

1: Can I upload these pages, which include imbedded images,

2: Can I create my home page in Composer, then upload all to my \index.htm area, or must I use the one provided,

3: Will my page links that I make in Composer work,

4: Can I create page links on the provided home page that work with my uploaded pages,

5: When I update / add pages, can I upload the complete set of pages [including new, updated and existing pages], or just simply add pages.

All files will be held in one parent folder [directory] on my drive. sub folders [sub directories] will contain associated file types.

The major reason things are taking so long is that I need to convert images from vector formats to raster [.gif], then imbed to pages. Many images require redrawing, others are still to be drawn.

TIA for help. If possible, please direct me to an area that has these answers [like FAQs].


Scott "S.E.T."
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#146860 - 02/12/01 02:39 PM Re: Uploading personally made pages to site
Bill Addiss Offline
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Scott,

I have not used the tools very much myself. I have seen a File Manager typr interface that would let you upload pretty easily and move stuff around. As to compatibility, I am not sure. FAQ's are at
http://help.electrical-contractor.net

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#146861 - 02/12/01 03:17 PM Re: Uploading personally made pages to site
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Bill,

Thanks for the reply!!!
I'll see what the FAQs say and go from there.


Scott "S.E.T."
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