AJ28 19:16 23 Dec 2003

First of all Merry Christmas to all!!

Now, how or where can i upload .exe files onto a website?

  MAJ 19:18 23 Dec 2003

A lot of providers don't allow it, AJ28. It's best to Zip them up and upload the Zip file.

  Jester2K 20:29 23 Dec 2003

Who do all those people (like me) get programs on the net then??

What provider? Whos Webspace?

  AJ28 20:31 23 Dec 2003

Im using a 'video' in the format of .exe how does this type of thing be up from the start, then with a press of play your away?

  Jester2K 20:37 23 Dec 2003

What provider? Whos Webspace?

You mean you want to stream a video in exe format?

  AJ28 20:56 23 Dec 2003

What the thing is, ive made little things using 'Crazy Talk' a talking image creator software and you save them into .exe format

  MAJ 22:04 23 Dec 2003

You're right Jester, don't know what I was thinking of.

  Chegs ® 22:53 23 Dec 2003

I think their trying to ask what/how do you put files onto their website for ppl to view.I also think their hoping to use the "web services" provided by their ISP.I have often wondered how folk get a website(such as yours J2K)I found out a little about HTML,enough to create a very basic webpage which I could upload to my www. miniclubman.eclipse. com/ co.uk but cannot get round the creation of files for d/l(or here,video to view for visitors)

  MAJ 23:03 23 Dec 2003

Any file that will not display in a browser will download, Chegs ®, .Zip, .doc, .exe, etc. Video can be embedded in the webpage with a player so that it plays.

  AJ28 23:04 23 Dec 2003

how do you do that with the video?

  Jester2K 23:05 23 Dec 2003

You can't if its an exe file. It'll download.

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