I'm assuming that you mean you want ebay to load a specific webpage when it shows your listing. Probably the easiest way to do this is to save the page "http://"home.anything.net/name/file.html" as a text .txt file using MS word or similar program. to do this, save the page onto your computer as ?????.html. Then open that file with MS word, and choose save as, then at the bottom of the save box it says "save as type" choose .txt Then when doing your ebay listing just open the .txt file, then copy and paste the code into your description. Let me know if this works for you.
On Step 2 of Sell your item form, you can actually select 'enter your own HTML tab'This way you can simply copy and paste your HTML into the description box. And that will load the page. Simply click on Preview description link below the description box
That's it! You can actually preview your HTML page
Ok, so you really just have images that you want to show up in your item description, so this is what you need to do. Wherever on your description you want the picture to appear, top, middle, bottom, put this line of code in
The part in quotes can be changed to the address of the file you want to use, but you do need the quotes in there.
If this does not work for pictures with the .html extension, just save the pictures to your site as .jpg, maybe in a separate folder, and it will work fine.
Ok, I'm using the code from the example webpage, the one with the jacket (http://home.comcast.net/~p.pen/fff.html).
Try typing this code, or copy/paste, into the description box when you are listing the item, make sure you have html enabled in the check box on step 2 of the ebay listing process.
style="BORDER-RIGHT: 0px solid; BORDER-TOP: 0px solid; BORDER-LEFT: 0px solid; WIDTH: 436px; BORDER-BOTTOM: 0px solid; HEIGHT: 458px"
http://www.ebay.com is the link the picture is pointing to, and can be changed to any url you want the picture to link to.
fff_files/Cifonelligray1.jpg is the location of the picture file and needs to be changed to the actual url of the picture file on your website, note the whole url must be there. Ex. http://home.comcast.net/~p.pen/fff_files/Cifonelligray1.jpg
You should be able to use this code interchangeably just by changing the url's, so you can use it for other items too. Another note, if you do use it for other items, you must make sure the code properly displays the correct resolution of the new items picture. To change this just put the new resolutions into the code where it says width and height, note the numbers in the above example are 436 and 458, swith these numbers with the new picures numbers.