Oh! Neo... Seems you take the correct pill!

This is a paragraph! Here's how you make a link: Neocities.

Here's how you can make bold and italic text.

Here's how you can add an image:


Here's how to make a list:

To learn more HTML/CSS, check out these tutorials!


The full list of supported file extensions is:
Menos las que voy ponienod por ahí

asc atom bin css csv dae eot epub geojson gltf htm html js json key kml knowl less manifest markdown md mf mid midi mtl obj opml otf pdf pgp png rdf rss sass scss svg text tsv ttf txt webmanifest woff woff2 xcf xml

Imágenes: gif ico jpeg jpg webp

3D Models


This is a try of the .gltf. Blender can export this extension this by default. And the monkey has ~34,5Kb (.blend has 826,4kB). But... no works... **sigh**. I discover it today, right now. I was only trying. Oh you read it. Forget it..


What is hotlinking, and why don't you allow it? Hotlinking is when a non-HTML file hosted by Neocities is embedded into another site that is not hosted by Neocities.


Inline linking (also known as hotlinking, leeching, piggy-backing, direct linking, offsite image grabs) is the use of a linked object, often an image, on one site by a web page belonging to a second site. One site is said to have an inline link to the other site where the object is located.

Estoy tratando de averiguar como poner un blog aquí con un menu a la izquierda según mi estilo de gusto