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tips on making my own tract website

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

  1. stubbornboy

    stubbornboy New Member

    Aug 27, 2002
    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

    Jan 3, 2003
    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!! ;)