HTML files with file manager

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I currently generate a report for my clients in Excel and then save it as an HTML file. This creates one .HTML doc and a folder with all the pictures that the HTML doc links to. I then have to ZIP these up and load into file manager as one file for my clients to download. After downloading they must extract the file to a folder somewhere and then go and open the HTML file with their browser to construct and view the page. Its a bit messy Is there not a way I can just upload the HTML doc and the folder so that my clients can click directly on a link on my website and load the page directly into the browser? File manager won't let me upload HTML files
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PowerStocks

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  • hoping theres a more elagant way...

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UK Duke, Champion

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If you upgrade to Yola PRO you can upload html files.

You could then upload all the files from the document, you would probably have to change the source location of the images in the html code, easily done.

Lee.
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Thanks Lee!!!