Publish as HTML

Discussion in 'HTML' started by Sharon, Dec 30, 2003.

  1. Sharon

    Sharon Guest

    I just received Nova Greeting Card Factory Deluxe as a gift.YOu are
    supposed to be able to publish a project as HTML but I am having a
    problem trying to publish a greeting card as HTML. I can save and upload
    the project just fine but it cannot be viewed correctly using the few
    instructions that are listed under Help. I even tried adding a new page
    to my home page just to use for this purpose, but the files cannot be
    inserted properly. When I save a project it save it in folder with
    several files including jpgs and an index.htm. When I upload it to the
    web it is supposed to come up as the complete card but it doesn't.
    Any ideas?

    Sharon
    Sharon, Dec 30, 2003
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  2. Sharon

    brucie Guest

    in post <news:bsqudv$fkf9$-berlin.de>
    Sharon said:

    > I just received Nova Greeting Card Factory Deluxe as a gift.


    so you've said

    Crosspost, don't multipost
    http://oakroadsystems.com/genl/unice.htm#xpost

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    brucie
    30/December/2003 02:35:42 pm kilo
    brucie, Dec 30, 2003
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  3. In article <bsqudv$fkf9$-berlin.de>, Sharon says...

    > When I upload it to the web it is supposed to come up as the
    > complete card but it doesn't.
    > Any ideas?


    Can you give us a URL? (website address)

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    http://www.dualstone.co.uk
    Daniel Ruscoe, Dec 30, 2003
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  4. Sharon

    Richard Guest

    Sharon wrote:

    > I just received Nova Greeting Card Factory Deluxe as a gift.YOu are
    > supposed to be able to publish a project as HTML but I am having a
    > problem trying to publish a greeting card as HTML. I can save and upload
    > the project just fine but it cannot be viewed correctly using the few
    > instructions that are listed under Help. I even tried adding a new page
    > to my home page just to use for this purpose, but the files cannot be
    > inserted properly. When I save a project it save it in folder with
    > several files including jpgs and an index.htm. When I upload it to the
    > web it is supposed to come up as the complete card but it doesn't.
    > Any ideas?


    > Sharon


    Most common mistakes with newbees:
    1) image names not matching properly. AAA.jpg and aaa.jpg are not the same
    image. Images not uploaded.
    2) improper path names. Page source and image source should be in the same
    directory. Ensure that the path name matches character for character. <img
    src="aaa.jpg"> indicates the image is in the same directory, while <img
    src="/images/aaa.jpg"> indicates the image is in the subdirectory named
    images.
    If your coding on your index page shows something like "index_files", this a
    reference to your machine saved files and should be edited accordingly.

    3) typos and syntax. Did you close that tag? <div> not followed by </div>
    will screw up the works. As will no </a> tag when you have an anchor.
    In using css, did you forget to include a simple ";" where it's supposed to
    be? How about an extra : ?

    Check and double check the coding for errors.
    Richard, Dec 30, 2003
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