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hi ive got a question





kiro
can i post my own slice of a story i made?
Ioana
... I suppose so.
If you want people to read it it just shouldn't be a big slice of a 1000-pages novel. Go ahead! Smile
Bondings
kiro wrote:
can i post my own slice of a story i made?

You can post a story in the art forum. Just make it as easy as possible to read. An example:

Quote:
The simpler the better. Rule of thumb: text content should out weight the html content. The pages should validate and be usable in everything from Lynx to leading edge browsers. eg: keep it close to html 3.2 if you can. Spiders are not to the point they really like eating html 4.0 and the mess that it can bring. Stay away from heavy: flash, dom, java, java script. Go external with scripting languages if you must have them - there is little reason to have them that I can see - they will rarely help a site and stand to hurt it greatly due to many factors most people don't appreciate (search engines distaste for js is just one of them).Arrange the site in a logical manner with directory names hitting the top keywords you wish to hit.You can also go the other route and just throw everything in root (this is rather controversial, but it's been producing good long term results across many engines).Don't clutter and don't spam your site with frivolous links like "best viewed" or other counter like junk. Keep it clean and professional to the best of your ability.Learn the lesson of Google itself - simple is retro cool - simple is what surfers want.Speed isn't everything, it's almost the only thing. Your site should respond almost instantly to a request. If you get into even 3-4 seconds delay until "something happens" in the browser, you are in long term trouble. That 3-4 seconds response time may vary for site destined to live in other countries than your native one. The site should respond locally within 3-4 seconds (max) to any request. Longer than that, and you'll lose 10% of your audience for every second. That 10% could be the difference between success and not.

Nobody will ever read this. But if you use some spaces:
Quote:
The simpler the better. Rule of thumb: text content should out weight the html content. The pages should validate and be usable in everything from Lynx to leading edge browsers. eg: keep it close to html 3.2 if you can. Spiders are not to the point they really like eating html 4.0 and the mess that it can bring. Stay away from heavy: flash, dom, java, java script. Go external with scripting languages if you must have them - there is little reason to have them that I can see - they will rarely help a site and stand to hurt it greatly due to many factors most people don't appreciate (search engines distaste for js is just one of them).

Arrange the site in a logical manner with directory names hitting the top keywords you wish to hit.

You can also go the other route and just throw everything in root (this is rather controversial, but it's been producing good long term results across many engines).

Don't clutter and don't spam your site with frivolous links like "best viewed" or other counter like junk. Keep it clean and professional to the best of your ability.

Learn the lesson of Google itself - simple is retro cool - simple is what surfers want.

Speed isn't everything, it's almost the only thing. Your site should respond almost instantly to a request. If you get into even 3-4 seconds delay until "something happens" in the browser, you are in long term trouble. That 3-4 seconds response time may vary for site destined to live in other
countries than your native one. The site should respond locally within 3-4 seconds (max) to any request. Longer than that, and you'll lose 10% of your audience for every second. That 10% could be the difference between success and not.

Already much easier to read, isn't it? Wink
kuad
If you have your own website, you could make a section for your story and publish it there.
Varun
i think Kuad is right, you should put all your stories in your own website, or if you dont have one then try putting it in as many websites as you can of all the frihost members websites, your happy they are happy and everyone are happy!!!
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