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This may already be in here... [Jan. 5th, 2003|08:38 pm]
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**Sorry for the crosspost**
But I'm new to LJ and not that great at figuring out how to make my own style (I've tried but I'm at a total loss LOL) so I figured I'd maybe just get my journal to post to my website. I have a template that I'm sure I can work with on my site (it's here in case anyone know's how to quickly do one and would like to volunteer, but I know this isn't the community
( http://geocities.com/luckylayouts/hkbf.html )
Anyhow, I know that I can use the template on my site using the HTML but I was wondering if there was a way for it to automatically update my site after I update via a client or something like that. I did read the past few pages but since I don't even know what I want is called it's kinda hard to search for information. Any help, even if it's WHAT I'm looking for so I can try to research it more :0) will be greatly appreciated.
Thanks!
~Sunny~
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[User Picture]From: xb95
2003-01-05 09:52 pm (UTC)
LiveJournal clients only update LiveJournal and related servers, they don't update a GeoCities web site for you. That sort of thing isn't exactly the hardest thing to do, but it's not something that I myself would want to make. Good luck.
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[User Picture]From: dangarion
2003-01-05 10:09 pm (UTC)
This will do the kinda thing you are looking for. Not sure if it's compatible with geocities, but it should be as long as you can use FTP.


http://www.farook.org/Blog.htm

Goodluck!
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