Sharing large files on the OpenLab

The OpenLab was conceived as a hub for sharing information and ideas.

Data-heavy files, such as video and audio, are not stored in a folder on a user’s web server, but rather on YouTube, Vimeo, Sound Cloud or similar sites that are dedicated to this use. In the same vein, if you need to share large files or a large numbers of files on the OpenLab, best practice dictates that you house this data on a free, external storage solution.

Sharing Web-Ready Images (jpgs, pngs, gifs):

Large numbers of web-ready files, such as jpgs, pngs, gifs, can also be embedded on your site using links from Google Drive, Dropbox, Flickr, Slideshare, and others. You can find instructions on embedding images from services like Flickr, Dropbox, or Google Drive on our help page, Adding Images to your Site.



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