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How to load to my site?


 
onekulemom I am using ebook compiler.  I wrote my ebook, compiled my ebook, created my web site, set up my clickbank account, and thank you for ordering page.  Now I have everything all done, but not sure how I load the book to my web site. Do I just create a link on my thank you page with click here to download? Then how do I put the book on that link. How do I put on my site as a download? Sounds silly that I can do all the rest, but not sure how to make the book accessable to those who purchase it.  Any other ideas to also make this page with the download not accessable to those who do not pay for the book.  Or cananyone get this link from someone who paid and get the book.  I hope I am making sense?  Thanks in advance for any help!!

Posted on: 5:41 pm on November 20, 2001
EBookCompiler Upload your ebook exe in BINARY mode

Make a link from your thank you HTML page to that file

(remember file names are usually case sensitive on most web hosts, and spaces in file names are usually a no no)

The only reasons for possible problems:

- If your host uses NT then make sure the execute permission is turned off for whichever folder contains the exe file

- Some free hosts (and maybe some very cheap ones)  don't allow large files (EXEs).  In this case you either need to ask special permission from your host, or get a new host.

http://www.ebookapprentice.com/website/tecimmediatedownload.html


Posted on: 8:02 pm on November 20, 2001

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