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  1. I 'll try to explain this as best as I can. Please be patient with me as I'm very new to all of this I have a large list of links and am looking for the easiest way to keep them up to date on the website. So far I've been keeping them listed in an excel sheet and have been manually re-entering the codes into a webpage. I would update them, copy all into a notepad document and remove all the extra spaces and then paste into the html page the sections I knew had changed. As you can imagine this is becoming a much longer and time consuming task and I know there has to be an easier way! In Excel the table looks like code____| Link address | middle code | link # | end code < a href=" | http://link.com'>http://link.com | " > ________| Link 1 | < /a > etc.... I also have a seperate Excel sheet with only the http: links listed and without all the a href coding What I would like to be able to do is have Link 1 - Link 10 of these links show up on page 1 of my website and then have Link 11- Link 20 show up on page 2 as it is right now I have to edit them individually I would like to be able to learn the best way for handling these links. It's been suggested I learn about Databases and mySQL. But as I'm looking over these Googled tutorials I'm feeling very overwhelmed and I'm not entirely certain it's what I want. I'd like to be able to just update the main list of addresses(http://link) and have it auto update quickly on the website. I don't need someone to be able to search for specifics or to log in. I just want the information presented in the box I designed for it on my website. The way I'd like it to appear on the website would look something like (Page1) Link 1 Link 2 Link 3 Link 4 Link 5 Link 6 Link 7 Link 8 Link 9 Link 10 (Page 2) Link 11 Link 12 Link 13 Link 14 Link 15 Link 16 Link 17 Link 18 Link 19 Link 20 I'm a Beginner in this... only used HTML and some CSS and even that was really basic I have Dreamweaver CS5 which I've been told could be used - but have been googling tutorials on that as well I have no knowledge of databases I have Microsoft Access 2010 which I've seen is also useful Are there other programs I should consider using instead of these? Can someone please help me look in the right direction? Can you be very detailed as possible, I'm embarrassed about how much of a newb I am at this. But as I mentioned previously I'm desperate for an easier way to keep my website up to date and running!
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