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Create a Decent Website by ITE2 NAS – Other Settings

How to create a decent website by ITE2 NAS other settings? When users are familiar with the operation of Block and built the first page through the previous post. Now we can try to establish pagination and other function settings to make the website seems more fun and more detailed. Also, the SEO ranking is helpful too, so don’t forget to add it on the website!

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Create a Decent Website by ITE2 NAS Part 1

Create a Decent Website by ITE2 NAS Part 2

Create a Decent Website by ITE2 NAS Part 3

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Create a Decent Website by ITE2 NAS Part 3

In how to create a decent website by ITE2 NAS, after we finished the website settings, we can start designing the site now. Mobirise is a website that adopts the block style. The built-in multiple blocks allow users to create a website sample. Such as Menu, large images, videos, slides, articles, price lists, and so on. These blocks can also be polished in detail. Next, we will introduce how to add and set up these blocks.

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Create a Decent Website by ITE2 NAS Part 1

Create a Decent Website by ITE2 NAS Part 2

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ITE2 NE-201 – Your Online Cloud Drive Solution!

ITE2 NE-201 – Your Online Cloud Drive Solution

Everyone sure has encountered this situation that when you are sending a large file, the file size is too large to send out by e-mail.

Or the vendor needs the data for the further process but the network has regional restrictions and cannot download that working file.

ITE2 NE-201 - Your Online Cloud Drive Solution!

No matter how much capacity claimed by different e-mail or web mail, the maximum size for the e-mail attachment is usually about 10 MB or less.

This capacity surely not enough for current e-mail users now because it is hard to transfer information.

Some people may say that they can use Google, Dropbox, or One Drive’s online cloud drive link function to send a file link to the other party. Which seems a simple solution. Sure, this is simple for countries like Taiwan or other.

But have you ever thought about when your manufacturer or colleague is in China?

Or in the country that doesn’t support the online cloud drive that we used to?

In that case, how do you send large files to them?

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