How can I make a .jpg webpage?

Rohan July 18, 2011
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Sometimes we see link which leads us to a blank page with a photo and its extension is .jpg or .png. How can I make it?

  1. Tina
    July 22, 2011 at 1:36 am

    Rohan,

    could you follow Tricky's explanation? Please let us know whether you were successful in setting up your own website with an image. Feel free to share the link here!

  2. Tricky Cyclist
    July 18, 2011 at 4:33 pm

    It's the same concept Rohan. You have to host the image files (.jpg, .png, .gif, etc.) on a webserver the same way you have to host the HTML files (what you see as a webpage). Let's say you have a website called 'www.rohanswebpage.com' pointing to a webserver where you're hosting your files, and let's say you have a page you created called 'contactme.html' and let's say you also have an image file called 'rohan.jpg'. When you type in 'www.rohanswebpage.com/contactme.html' then it brings up the webpage, and if you were to type 'www.rohanswebpage.com/rohan.jpg' then it will just bring up the image file (and nothing else).