... to the Nanites.com domain.
The idea behind this place is to create a community site for everyone
who considers himself/herself a Nanite and who might be interested in building
their own small place on the web in a friendly environment, with free
webspace and free advice and technical support. The objective is
to increase the feeling of community among Nanites, and hopefully we will
have fun while doing this. I'll provide extensive support, so that even Nanites
with no technical knowledge beyond how to send an e-mail can participate.
The detailsContent: Participants will receive a small amount of webspace on Nanites.com for building a personal website under the common Nanites roof
here. If the content is about Nana/Kira/DS9 that's great, but not at all
required. If you want to talk about yourself and your hobbies and for example
give 99 tips on how to raise
dogs, that's perfectly okay, as long as there is a somewhere a reference
to Nana or the Nanites on your page.
Limitations: You'll have 1 MegaByte webspace at your disposal.
If you need more then we'll look whether that's possible. We'll do
our best to provide the best possible service for as many people as possible.
People who are new to building websites will receive preferential treatment
over veterans, but if the space is available, then people who already have
sites on the web can request one of the available slots.
How to publish your material:
It should be possible for a novice to learn the bare-bones-minimum
requirements of building a site in less than a day (of course,
learning the finer points of the art takes much, much longer).
If you think that this is currently beyond your capabilities,
you can instead e-mail me the material that you want uploaded,
and I'll handle the rest for you.
- send a request to GeorgButhe@web.de. I will assign you one of
the slots, and send you a password and a copy of the
rules of conduct.
- prepare on your computer the html page(s) and all files that go with it.
For tutorials about how to do this, look here.
- upload the various files, using an FTP client. For information
about how to do this, look here.
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