Since we can't give members ftp-access, we decided to write a web-based login system, where members can log in, upload and delete files (e.g a profile page, skins, etc). For this purpose every member gets his own directory, which is at http://crotch.tastyspleen.net/members/membername/, where membername is a placeholder for the login ID. The member's profile page should be membername.html, which is the default location http://crotch.tastyspleen.net/members.html links to. If this file refers to other files (pictures, other html documents, etc), they must be in the same directory, because sub directories aren't supported.
Let's assume your member name is Johndoe. Your directory will be
http://crotch.tastyspleen.net/members/Johndoe/, and your profile
Say you want your profile page to link to a download page, download.html, where people can download your skin, and you want to include a picture of your avatar. You create a directory on your computer with the following files:
Johndoe.html download.html avatar.png johnsskin.tar.gzYour html files could look like this:
<html> <head> <title>Johndoe's profile</title> </head> <body> <img src="avatar.png"> A lot of text ... Here are some skins and stuff I've created <a href="download.html">Download</a> More text ... </body> </html>
<html> <head> <title>Download</title> </head> <body> My skin <a href="johnsskin.tar.gz">My skin</a> </body> </html>After testing your page with your prefered web browser on your computer, upload the files using the web interface.