[Dixielandjazz] Re: creating websites
bethv at portafortuna.com
Wed Mar 10 12:19:47 PST 2004
This actually shows that Word is much smarter than I thought at creating the
links and folders. Looks like all you have to do is be sure to upload both
the html AND the images (being sure to create the image folder on the web
server with the same name). Thanks, Larry.
----- Original Message -----
From: <lswain at penrose.com>
To: "Dixieland Jazz ML" <dixielandjazz at ml.islandnet.com>; "Beth Villanyi"
<bethv at portafortuna.com>
Sent: Wednesday, March 10, 2004 11:45 AM
Subject: Re: [Dixielandjazz] Re: creating websites
> On 10 Mar 2004 at 11:02, Beth Villanyi <bethv at portafortuna.com> said:
> > One issue that I don't think has been mentioned, is that you can't
> > simply embed a picture in a page in Word and expect it to load
> > correctly in a web site. You have to upload the image (gif or jpg) to
> > the web site, and insert a reference to it in your html document.
> Beth is correct.
> To illustrate, I just took a few minutes to create a test Web page
> containing a photo using Microsoft Word, then saved it as a Web page.
> During the saving operation, Word created the HTML markup for the Web
> page test.htm, as well as a folder named test_files that contains the
> picture file image001.jpg.
> Both the Web page and the folder containing the picture file were
> uploaded to a folder named test at our Web server, with the results
> that can be seen at
> All the best,
> Larry Swain
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