tips on making my own tract website

Discussion in 'Computers & Website Forum' started by stubbornboy, May 16, 2004.

  1. stubbornboy

    stubbornboy
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    hi people.im just wondering if its more byte saving by using pdf extension for the view or downloading of my tracts?well i would like it to put it that way so its ready to print.ill use a free webiste like brinkster which can accomodate a 30mb.i would like to ask also:

    1.a website that offers free hosting like brinkster w/o me cashing out money and with a christian bent.currently im not financial sufficient.

    2.il just use frontpage so it will be easy.how do i attach a pdf?

    i hope you pray and support my plan and i hope it will be realized soon. [​IMG]
     
  2. baptistteacher

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    Using a .pdf file is the best way to insure that the recipient sees the page the same way it was designed. It works cross-platform, too. I use them to e-mail myself something that I want to print at church. I just open and download the attachment, then print it out. Or sometimes I put it on a floppy at home and carry it to church. Using .pdf means that I do not have to re-format the whole file, just open and print.

    I don't know about byte saving. And I don't know about byte saving as compared to what?

    Keep us informed!! ;)
     

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