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Transloader


URL:Url is the address of the image you want to transload. You can get the address(file name) of the image by using the goto key on your keyboard. To get the correct address the image you are viewing needs to be on a black background. Most sites that offer free gif's and backgrounds let you isolate the image by clicking on it. This gives you the black background and the correct address in the goto key box. If you save my Tools page(or any transloader)in an f-key, you can press that f-key while you are on the image you want, and the address of that image will be in the URL box of the Transloader. If not then you can copy and paste the address from the the goto key. Press the goto key on your keyboard...then show last in the pop up. The address in the goto box will be the address of the image you want. You can also just write the address down and when you get to the transloader, clear the URL box and type in the address. Don't forget the http://

FTP Server: Your ftp(file transfer protocol) server is usually your site's host name.
ftp.tripod.com
ftp.geocities.com
ftp.angelfire.com
This is true for most ftp servers but not all. If you are not sure of your ftp server check your site hosts faq/help or email them and ask.


User Name: Enter your user name. This is the name you use to log in with at your site host.

Password: Enter the password you use at your site host.

Subdirectory: If you want to put the image in a certain subdirectory, enter it here. For Tripod and some others you need to put a / before the subdirectory name. At Angelfire no / is needed.

Rename: Name your new file anything you want. Remember to add the appropriate extension .gif .jpg

Click Upload: Your image should be loaded to your files. You will get a screen saying something like...your file has been transloaded....command successful.

You can also transload midis, wavs, text files, almost anything you can put in a file. Remember to give it the appropriate extension .mid .wav .html etc. Be sure to transload everything you want on your page/site. Most servers won't let you link to images, midis etc. because it steals bandwidth from their users. Besides, linking slows your load time down and if the host server you are linking to has trouble or is down your link probably won't load on your page. DO NOT LINK...Transload/Upload to your own files!

You can not transload R.A.(real audio) to your files. When you transload a Real Audio file all you are getting is a link to the original server's file. This is stealing bandwidth. With that said coming from a site with a bandwidth stealing R.A. Jukebox...I don't know of a way WebTVer's can have R.A. on their sites without linking them this way. If you find a way, please let me know.




WebTV Scrapbook Uploader

Put the URL of the image you want to Upload in the box and click Upload. You will get a pop up that says...you are about to add an image to your scrapbook...Click it and the image will be saved to your scrapbook.
Url is the address of the image you want to Upload. You can get the address(file name) of the image by using the goto key on your keyboard. To get the correct address the image you are viewing needs to be on a black background. Most sites that offer free gif's and backgrounds let you isolate the image by clicking on it. This gives you the black background and the correct address in the goto key box. If you save my Tools page(or any Uploader)in an f-key, you can press that f-key while you are on the image you want, and the address of that image will be in the URL box of the Uploader. If not then you can copy and paste the address from the the goto key. Press the goto key on your keyboard...then show last in the pop up. The address in the goto box will be the address of the image you want. You can also just write the address down and when you get to the WebTV Uploader clear the URL box and type in the address. Don't forget the http://





Source Viewer

The Source Viewer lets you see the HTML of a page. This is a great way to learn HTML, because you can see how the author used the codes on that page. Ever see something on a page and wonder how'd they do that? Go to the Source Viewer, type in the address of the page you want to see and click. You can get the address of a page by...while you are viewing the page press the goto key on your keyboard...in pop up click show last...the address of that page will be in the text box.





Gifworks

At Gifworks you can manipulate any image, as long as it is a GIF. Some things you can do to your gif are: resize, rotate, flip, change color, zoom in or out, make it transparent and more. You can then transload you new image to your files. Remember to rename your new gif something different when you transload it so you don't override(replace) the original gif file. Also you can make your own banner. To manipulate an image, type the address/file name in the Gifworks text box and click. A little practice and you can make your images do almost anything.





Color Cube

With the Color Cube you can get the hex number for the color you need to put in your html code. Using hex numbers will allow most browsers to view your colors the same. Some browsers interpret text colors (red, blue, purple, seagreen) different from others, or not at all. Remember that as you move over the the color cubes the background changes and colors in the cube take on a different hue for that background.





Filedex

Image Extrator lets you view all the images on any page, and/or gives you the url of the the images. Once you have the url of an image you can transload or upload it to your own files. Type in the address/url of the page you want to get images from and click. Unless the images are stated to be "free" for the taking, ask permission from the webmaster before using them.
The extractor is courtesy of Expandinghead.com





HTML Doctor

To make sure your HTML is error free, get a report from Doctor HTML. The Doctor checks tables, forms, spelling, links and more. Type in your url and give it a try.




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