Step 1: Find a Web Host
Before making your score page, you first are going to need a place to host it online for other to see it and for the updater to read it. For this walkthrough, we'll use http://www.110mb.com
Sign up for a free account. You'll need a valid email address to activate your account. You may have problems getting their confirmation email. If that is the case, turn off your spam filter momentarily and try registering again. If that still doesn't work, try using a yahoo or gmail email account.
Step 2: Create Your Score Page
Once you are signed up, log in. You should see the following:
Click the File Manager. Once inside the file manager, you'll need to create a new webpage. Click "New file" and then enter the name of your score page, such as "TS2Scores.html". Make sure you include the ".html" at the end.
Click "Create" and you'll be brought to the webpage editor.
Before going further, if you were previously a member of NGC-Elites, then there is a very good chance that all of your submitted scores were saved and a score page has been already created for you. If this is the case, go to Step 6 to see what you need to do in order to get control of your score page and begin updating your own scores.
Next, we need to copy a default score page into the webpage editor.
If you are a new member, click one of the links below to a view score page template for each of the games. Click on the link for the game you want to compete on. You will see a page with default scores.
Look at the html code. A few lines from the top, you will see "<title>Username's Timesplitters Scores</title>" Change "Username" to whatever you want your alias to be.
A couple more lines down you will see "<p align="center"><b><font size="6" color="#CCCCCC">Username's TimeSplitters Scores</font></b></p>" Also change "Username's" to your alias.
After that, click on the "Source" button to leave the html editor. You will then see your page with the default scores. From here, you can just delete the default scores and replace them with your own, just as you would if you were editing a word processor document. If you don't have a score for a stage, leave the default time.
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