When teaching web-development, there is always a need to have practical solutions. This may include everyone coding a website or web-application (web-app) and submitting it for grading. While developing can easily be done using (WAMP/XAMMP) localhost as a server, submitting and presentation of the final creation needs a much better method. And what better way to view a web project than on the web itself.
With our service, each student (and any individual, even the teacher) can upload a web project and get a web url link to it. You can link a single file, or an entire website. If this is something you are interested in, please continue reading. Or you can check out the homepage for a better introduction to what we have to offer.
This can be a website, web-app, css, js, font file, image or any other file you need to be live and accessible via the internet. Create your project and include as many files and front-end functionality as you would like to have.
However for the sake of easy upload and download, watch out for the file size(s). Neither you or your users would like to waste time and data dealing with large files over a internet.
Please note that for complex programs that require back-end functionality (such as access to hardware or file systems), we advise you find a web host and rent your own server as we cannot (currently) handle dynamic back-end programming from users. This is meant to protect our own servers from unforeseen damages.
To link an entire website In case of a website or webapp, create a zipped file, ending with .zip file extension, that contains all the files of your web project. Include all the local resources required by the project as you will have to upload them all together.
Upload the file to create a link to it. You will be asked to give the project a unique name so as to create a unique link for each uploaded project. The project can be edited, or even deleted, later. So no need to worry about any current values.
If you upload a .zip file, we will assume that it contains a website thus it will be extracted. The url created will link to the index page of that website. Therefore please include an index (index.html) page in your web project.
If you uploaded a file (that is not a zip), the url created will link to the contents of that file. When clicked, the contents of the file are returned. Again, these are not download links, they are links to the contents of the file(s). Therefore certain file types that you upload will be returned in unusable formats by default, for example PHP will be returned as text. That is why we do not expect you to submit back-end programs, only your front-end projects are supported.
Finally, submit or share the link with whoever you want to view the web project. Let them see what you have created. In case of web files, you can even directly use the link as the src in your code on different projects. The file is now accessible over the internet, so your work is done.
Upload your web project and create a link. It's that easy.
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In conclusion, feel free to contact us via email email@example.com in case of any extra questions.