Help with image indexing

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    Uneek mooja

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    I used to be a member here but I completely forgot what my username was cuz its been a while since I've been here. James couldn't answer my question so I came here again. ::

    I just got a host at doiz.net. I really don't feel like learning all the HTML stuff right now, and I make gfx like my sig and also avatars. I was wondering if there is anyway I can just upload my swork on CuteFTP without having to learn HTML and upload a website layout and stuff. I need a host for my work very badly.

    Thanx, ~Nathan 8)
     
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    SwordWielder Master of Swords VIP Member

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    If your host allows "Indexing" then all you have to do is upload your files and you will have a index of all your files listed. If they don't then you should learn the basic HTML code for listing an image.

    Since everyone is buzzing about XHTML around here, then try this code:
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    <img src="image.xxx" alt="whatever" title="whatever" />
    That's simple enough if all you want to do is list an image and not worry about 100% compliancy with XHTML.
     
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    James Photojournalist

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    Since I'm not too busy right now, I'll update Swordwielders (good job on the xhtml code :)) so that it's a complete compliant XHTML document. All you have to do is update the index file so it reflects your image names.
     
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    Your old user name was Kioti, which has been merged with your new user account. Next time check the member list or ask in the "Problems & Feedback / Rules" section...

    Also, I re-named your thread title, so it can be more helpful to others.
     
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    Uneek mooja

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    Thanx! And I have no idea what that means that SwordWielder posted. thats why. I don't evn know the difference between XHTML and HTML:doh anyone know a host that allows image indexing? how can you find out?
     
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    James Photojournalist

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    It's not necessarily a host that supports "image indexing". Most hosts will have it setup so that if you have a folder with no index.html file, but you have other.html files or .whatever extensions that they will be listed.

    BTW, your site that your sig is hosted on supports indexing:
    http://www.dodstudios.net/uploads/uploads/
     
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    Uneek mooja

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    I already had someone help me get it. thanx though!
     
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