Through the control panel of your hosting account to upload files, links to which you want to place.For convenience, you can create a folder - for example, files or download.Pour files and can be via FTP, the latter method is useful in the event that the files are large.
now execute the necessary links for this purpose there is a special html-code: & lt; a href = "http: // adres_fayla" & gt;file description & lt; / a & gt;For example, you have a website http: // and you have to insert a link to a program calculator.exe.The file itself is available at: http: // link that should be placed in the code of the site will be in the form: & lt; a href = "http: //"
& gt; simple calculator & lt; / a & gt;The phrase "simple calculator" describes the file, it will be a reference line.
Note that references may be absolute or relative path.For example, a link to a file calculator.exe can be framed as: & lt; a href = "/ download / calculator.exe" & gt; simple calculator & lt; / a & gt;If you place a program file in the same folder with the home page, the line links can look even easier: & lt; a href = "/ calculator.exe" & gt;Simple calculator & lt; / a & gt;
If the file is located in the same folder with the page on which the reference is made to it, the address takes the form: & lt; a href = "calculator.exe" & gt;Simple calculator & lt; / a & gt;Compared with the previous version, disappeared slash.Similarly, you can insert links to other files, changing the line in the reference file name and description.
If you upload photos for visitors to the site can be convenient this option: you place the photos on the page thumbnails are small, and the user, if desired, can open the original photo by clicking the mouse sketch.If you use relative paths link might look like this: & lt; a href = "foto1_big.jpg" & gt;& lt; img src = "foto1_small.jpg" & gt;& lt; / a & gt;
Carefully check the indicated path to the files, they should not be mistakes.Laying out page site with links, be sure to check for operability.