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Hi All

I have a google code project running at the moment to develop a simple-standards web-based slides show system (code.google.com/p/easyslides)

At the moment there are several .css and .js files as well as images in one folder and a seperate HTML file. I want to be able to provide a single-file solution (maybe through a script) for users and therefore need to somehow combine all these css, javascript and images into the HTML file.

I have looked at around but mostly have found page-optimization solutions - although some of them are really useful its not quite what I am looking for.

Would be great if someone could provide any tips or possible scripts that would help me to solve this problem.

Your help will be very much appreciated.

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Are you wanting a "single file solution" for download, or upload?

You could just zip them up so someone can download a "single file solution".

You can easly add the CSS/Javascript into the HTML file, but there is no way to save the images inside of the html file.

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Are you wanting a "single file solution" for download, or upload?

You could just zip them up so someone can download a "single file solution".

You can easly add the CSS/Javascript into the HTML file, but there is no way to save the images inside of the html file.

I want a single-file solution for download - at the moment users need to zip all the files - so that all, at least, JS and CSS files are into a single HTML file.

How can I add CSS/JS into a single HTML file? I am quite new to all this

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CSS goes in style tags and Javascript goes in script tags.

<style type="text/css">
//CSS goes here
</style>

<script type="text/javascript">
//Javascript goes here
</script>

The tags should go in between the HTML "head" tags.

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