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themecuc says

I am New in Envato. I design a HTM Template. I have a hosting and domain. But I didn’t demo my preview in my hosting. How to demo my template preview in my hosting.

Thanks

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rayoflightt says

Upload demo preview to your hosting and send the link for review when you send template for review.

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Landonw says

Your upload process will ultimately depend on what host you’re using – for most hosts you will have FTP access, so you’ll want to login to your FTP server with a client such as SmartFTP (My favourite for Windows!) and upload your files that way.

Make sure that you don’t have any links in your template pointing to your local filesystem such as “http://127.0.0.1/”.

You should also upload it somewhere on your server that makes sense and looks forward to what you’ll be doing next – a common structure would be:

http://themecuc.com/demo/Envato-HTML/ http://demo.themecuc.com/Envato-HTML/

Good luck!

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themecuc says

Thanks

I got it.

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