Kuinka lähetetään/ladataan HTML-tunniste http://:hen ?
Hei Arvoisa Mozilla Support Henkilöstö,
kysyisin kohteliaimmin, kuinka lähetetään/ladataan esim. [xxxxxxx.html] http://www.iprkukkooy.fi/:hin
siten, että lopputulos on http://www.iprkukkooy.fi/xxxxxxx.html ?
Janne Kukkonen DI (TTY); MBA (HKKK ja MIT Sloan School of Management)
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Caro Janne Kukkonen DI, A linguagem não traduz exatamente como você quer dizer. Você pode por favor elaborar sobre o que você está tentando realizar? Mas existem algumas maneiras de enviado um link com uma tag ou baixar as tags em uma página? Abaixo eu encontrei o que pode estar perto, mas você pode por favor, descreva onde deseja que a url para carregar. É o formato do link que você quer mudar?
- http://webdesign.about.com/od/beginni.../html_dwnld_tag.htm and
- Links within a page http://www.echoecho.com/htmllinks08.htm
[Dear Janne Kukkonen DI, The language does not translate exactly how you mean. Can you please elaborate on what you are trying to accomplish? But there are a few ways to sent a link with a tag or download the tags on a page? Below I found what might be close, but can you please elaborate where you want the url to load. Is it the format of the link you want to change?
Dear guigs2, Happy Valentine's Day,
thank You for Your answer. I try to elaborate the question.
My equipments are as follows: Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit SP1
Your note on the issue in question is right in Your last sentence. I need that kind of combined link format in the certain verification process of my pages to the Google.
Looking interestingly forward to Your answer. Hopefully ASAP, if I may say so.
IPRKUKKO, www.iprkukkooy.fi Janne Kukkonen
Dear Janne Kukkonen, Happy Valentine's Day, I hope all will bring you sweets and laughter today. The example website is hard to tell what it is using to do that, however what is being accomplished can be done in a number of ways.
Depending on the server that is hosting the website, it is possible to upload an html file directly to the directory the website sits and give it public permissions. Originally files uploaded in this way have the extension.
If you can find how its being done, it is possible to remove, but I do not recommend this unless you are redoing the whole website, as it can be time consuming if one is not intimate with the code of the website.
- How it is done csshttp://css-tricks.com/snippets/htacce.../remove-file-extention-from-urls/
- How it is done in the .htcacess file https://forums.digitalpoint.com/threa.../how-can-i-remove-html-from-url.1148775/
- ajax explanation how its done http://stackoverflow.com/questions/11.../how-do-people-have-websites-without-html-at-the-end
That website looks like the url is loading items from another directory. I do not know what that is. Maybe "/user/userpages" is where its calling the ajax
Ahh now that I look more, this may be the culprit:
I hope this puts you in the right direction. If you are editing the website and want to add .html files it is possible to get a free html editor like Eclipse or NetBeans that have build in connection to the server, that you can set up.
I hope this puts you in the right direction, removing code will not magically do this, but finding how it works will give a better idea of how it does not have the ".html"
What kind of platform is the server with the website running?
Come to think of it it looks like it is possible to use Word to upload sites, though this may be irrelevant:
Dear guigs2, Happy continuing Valentine's Day, I hope also to You all the best happenings.
Thank You gratefully for Your two answers.
I am so sorry that I am not so familiar with the information technology in details. That's why I try to explain the situation more specifically.
I have a site www.iprkukkooy.fi in the 123kotisivu.fi. You are very welcome to look at it. At present the Google asks me to verify the site. One method to achieve that is to send/download: the exact [google762862bdfe58cd5f.html] to the site, so that the final result is: http://iprkukkooy.fi/google762862bdfe58cd5f.html.
I ask from You very politely, that what is the most simpliest measure to do that based on Your high knowledge.
IPRKUKKO, www.iprkukkooy.fi Janne Kukkonen
Dear Mozilla Support Members and specifically guigs2, happy Sunday,
I have to find another way to verify my site at the Google. Do Yoy have any good ideas ? There exists one restriction: HTML-file code does not fit into the <head> part of the site (there is not enough room for that).
Thank You very much for Your assistance.
RE: Verification of the domain,URL-ownership
firstname.lastname@example.org (email@example.com) Lisää yhteyshenkilöihin 15.2.2014 [Säilytä tämä viesti Saapuneet-kansion yläreunassa] Vast.ott.: Janne Kukkonen Yhteyshenkilön firstname.lastname@example.org kuva
Dear Janne Kukkonen
Thank you for your email.
I am sorry, but it is not possible to insert any type of HTML code on your Simplesite and we do not offer FTP access. It is therefore not possible to add any kind of scripts, widgets, apps or buttons, or upload your own templates or HTML code.
This is because Simplesite is based on predefined online templates that do not allow extra HTML code.
We have designed it in this way so that the Simplesite editing system can be easily used by everyone, even by those who have no knowledge of how to use HTML. Also it is thereby not possible to add any code that can crash your Simplesite or be potentially harmful to visitors.
Please write again if you have any further questions.
CarlW from simplesite.com