Send2Page lets you use email to publish content to your web pages
How it works
Special email addresses
When you set up your account, we'll give you a special email address for sending your updates. You'll use this email for updating an area of your web page that we call a "content block".
You'll probably want to create several of these special email addresses for updating different content blocks like "news", "special offers" or "announcements". You get to make up these email addresses and they will have names like "firstname.lastname@example.org" or "email@example.com". Just remember that anything you send to that email address will appear on your web page.
How does it get to my web page?
You'll have to edit your web page just one last time to paste in a tiny code snippet at the location where you want the updates to appear. It's easy to do and if you don't know anything about "code snippets", don't worry because we have lots of help for you.
When your web page is viewed in a browser like Internet Explorer or Safari, the snippet will pull in the updated content and display it at the spot where you pasted the snippet.
It's in the cloud
When you compose your content and send it to one of those special email addresses, send2page picks it up, pulls out the pictures and attachments and stores everything "in the cloud".
This means that your files are kept in huge data centers, are automatically backed up and always available for display on your web page.