Now that We have a basic understanding of HTML Tags and how they work, I'll assume that you have downloaded, or bought your wysiwyg editor, and installed it, and have tried it out with a few 'test' html pages. If you haven't, then do so now...I'll wait...*whistling*...
Do you now have a basic understanding of how to put the text and
Setup your webpage for uploading to the server:
is what your directory structure should look like.
'path' to your images (image links) within your html document
should look like this:
Website Organization Basics:
Some inexperienced developers
put all their html documents and all their image files in
a single public directory. A server will organize them alphabetically
(either descending or ascending) or by number (beginning
Here are a couple of possible directory structures for your website:
REMEMBER: The Webserver must be able to 'follow' the path you have laid out to find your images, so you will need to MIRROR the structure existing on your own harddrive, with that on the server. If the 'path to images' works on your own machine, it should work on the server as long as you are using a 'RELATIVE ADDRESSING' system. Most WYSIWYG editors will setup the path to your image directory AS a RELATIVE path, so you should not have any problem. Later, you may want to change the RELATIVE PATHS to ABSOLUTE PATHS... but for now, relative will work fine.ON to UPLOADING....