shall I do first to set up my web page?
Send us a requesting
mail to office@InfoSky.Net. We
are going to sign you up and open an account enabling you to do that
would my URL be?
- which means that it will depend on your user name.
do I upload my page?
If you have a
Windows FTP client, the following lines are not necessary. They refer
primarily to those Windows 95 users with FTP client installed.
ww1.InfoSky.Net from DOS prompt
If the connection is OK, our server will ask you for the username and
If that has gone OK, type cd public_html - you will find yourself
in the basic directory of Your presentation.
Type bin - for binary file transfer.
From Icd (route) go to the wanted directory on your disk - and
you are ready for file transfer of your presentation
FTP is abbreviation
of File Transfer Protocol and serves for file transfer from a local to
remote computer and vice versa. This is the list of basic FTP commands:
of directory on the remote computer
of directory on the local computer
directory contents on the remote computer
file transfer (always to be used for home page)
transfer from a remote to local computer (file name to be entered)
transfer from a local to remote computer (file name to be entered)
the same as under get, for more than one file which names meet the
criteria (*.*transfer of all files)
same as under put, for more than one file which names meet the criteria
(*.*transfer of all files )
directory on remote computer
file on remote computer (file name to be entered)
the same as under del, for more than one file which names meet the
If this seems
too complicated to you, you could provide yourself with a FTP program,
for instance Cute FTP.
It makes difference
to our server whether the name of the file is written in small or capital
letters. You should also be careful when linking a file from HTML document.
That means, if you typed picture.jpg for a file named picture.JPG, you
could expect problems. Initial file of your web site has to me named
index.html. Other HTML files may have either .htm or .html extension
characters on the web
The most preferable (and most
commonly used) standard using YU characters is ISO-8859-2 or
Latin2. For its implementation you need a corresponding Windows version
for Central and East Europe, or more specifically, code page No. 28592.
Windows 1250 code page is also acceptable, bearing in mind that
users outside Central Europe do not usually have this code page. Compromising
solution might be avoiding YU characters (i.e. using s,z,c)
And finally, what should be
avoided by all means - YUSCII and some other less standard code pages.
The fact that you can see them clearly does not mean that the rest of
Internet populace can also see them - as a result you get screen full
of unfamiliar characters.
If You have additional questions,
visit our FAQ page, or contact us by email firstname.lastname@example.org.