How to create canvas URL for my Facebook App?

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How to make a canvas URL for my Facebook App?
As my friend, he said.
Put a folder in my website, like name " Canvas " then, insert info that folder create a small webpage. Like name index.html or index.php ( php is mine ) then go to Facebook App, canvas URL. Then he ask me to add this URL www.fungames122.com/canvas/ ( I haven't create yet ) to the ...
This is his: www.mysforu.com/canvas

So Yola can do something like that?

Thanks, Mai.
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Hi, Mai,

If the canvas folder needs to be in the root directory, this is not possible. If you have Yola Silver you could upload an .html file to the File Manager. The url would then be something like: yoursite.com/resources/yourhtmlfile.html. I am not familiar enough with Facebook to offer any other suggestions. Perhaps one of our users can assist.
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Ya my friend said upload the HTML file, pixel 700. I don't know how
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:( I don't have Yola Silver.
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Ah... how do I make a HTML file?
This is what I'm wondering.
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Hello Mai,

Do you have Silver? If so, you can upload your HTML file the same as you would for any other file to your File Manager. Once you've added this, then you can follow Diane's suggestion on how to link to your HTML file.

Please let us know if you have any further troubles.
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:( I don't have Yola Silver.
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I know what to do already, but now I want to know how to create a HTML file?
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  1. Open Notepad, and type in the open HTML tag into the document: <!--<html>.-->

  2. Input the head tags: <!--<head>-->Title of Web page<!--</head>-->.

  3. Type in the body tags: <!--<body>--> Content of the file (or web page). <!--</body>-->.

  4. Close the html tag: <!--</html>-->.

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Oh...
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OK...
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Ah, is unicode mean HTML?
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No. Unicode is a text coding system. HTML is the computer website markup language.
HTML can be written in Unicode system or other systems if indicated.
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OK, thanks...