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Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by karenftx, Jan 28, 2004.

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  1. karenftx

    karenftx Thread Starter

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    Recently I got my own web site on Geocities. After figuring out how to use it, I have a problem.
    I want to put links to groups I like and am a member of (like Immortal Beloveds, TFAR, etc). Not just any link though, I mean the banners (also things like ribbons, etc). Trouble is that I do not know how to do this. They say to download it to my computer. How do I do this, and then how would I transfer to my web site.
    One link told how to download with HTML, but I did my site without HTML (Geocities lets you do this). So, can I put HTML on a document that does not contain any HTML?
    By the by, I run Windows ME on a HP Pavilion 6830.
     
  2. buck52

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    Howdy karenftx

    I moved your thread to web and email where you should get more help..."tips and tricks" is for you to post such things you want to share... not to look for help

    buck
     
  3. karenftx

    karenftx Thread Starter

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    THX buck52. Hopefully I get someone to answer :)
     
  4. Maggz

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    I used to use Geocities back in the ye old days. First off If its still the same and your using page builder theres a button to upload images and attach links to them. If your not.. You have to because the other wizard is too basic to customize. Also, you could go to the file manager and download the .html file it made for you and add images in if your know html. the image code is simply <img src ="URL OF IMAGE">
     
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