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Quark HTML

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Quark HTML


I am just getting started with website editing, I can now use the programs I have such as FTP Professional, Dreamweaver 8, and I can understand some html code. I am now trying to put picture files on my website that can be downloaded and changed. Right now I have some Quark XPress files I would like to do this with. So far I have exported them to HTML, tried puttin gthe files on as is(.qxp), and a lot of other combos but I can never seem to get them so that people can download or save them and use them in Quark. Please any help is appriciated and/or just tell me its not possible.

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problem page(pictures protected) http://3dmoleculardesigns.com/ImageList.html

RE: Quark HTML

...have you tried a compression archive of these quark files? either zip or stuffit sit format should do the trick...


RE: Quark HTML

I have not really tooled around with that stuff yet, I know how to make it a zip file, and i have done some downloading and expaning of compressed files, but i have no clue how to put the zip file on my website for other people to download. Do you know how, or anyone else reading this?

RE: Quark HTML

Nevermind I figured it out, made a zip file uploaded it and made a link then just extract it, thank you so much "apepp"

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