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  1. %22 just means a quote mark " it is adding that because like Andrea said the quotes are formatted from another editor and once you retype them it should be fixed. Don't use editors that have rich text format. A good editor is notepad++ that has great syntax highlighting if you are on windows.

     

    %20 would be a space.

     

     

     

     

    Thanks Benjamin. I used Notepad but I think I copied some of the code from a word document that I put together during studying some of the HTML basics. Will a Word Document be what you mean by "rich text format"?

  2. Aaaaaah I'm totally freaking out!!! That is so awesome. This is my 1st "Web Site" with links that I built. EVER!!!! It's working!! And what is so great is I actually noticed that but wasn't sure if it was a problem or not with the " " thing!!! Thanks :D:clap:

  3. Attached are the individual html files for the pages. Not sure if you will be able to open them?

     

     

    And this is the html code for the index.html file:

     

     

    <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN">

    <html>

    <head>

    <title> Web design - tutorials</title>

    <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1">

     

    <link href="ROOT.css" rel="stylesheet"type="text/css">

     

    </head>

     

    <body>

     

    LOGO GOES HERE

     

    <div id="navigation">

     

    <ul>

    <li><a href=”productList.html">Products</a></li>

    <li><a href=”CSS.html">CSS</a></li>

    <li><a href="tables_tutorial.html">Tables Tutorial</a></li>

     

    </ul>

     

    </div>

     

     

    <!--MAIN DOC STARTS HERE--> <!--MAIN DOC STARTS HERE-->

     

     

    <div id="centerDoc">

     

    <h3> THE PLACE TO LEARN WEB DESIGN!</h3>

    <p>

    If you want to learn web design, <span class ="makeBold">you've come to the right place!</span>

    The following is a list of some of the key areas of this website that will get you on your way designing web pages in no time:

     

    </p>

     

    <h3>WEB DESIGN ARTICLES FOR BEGINNERS AND EXPERTS</h3>

    <p>

     

    The articles section of killersites.com contains a grab bag of information related to web design ... anything from Flash to XML. It is best to just snoop around and you will probably find something you're interested in.

    </p>

     

    <h3>FOR TOTAL BEGINNERS</h3>

    <p>

     

    If you are totally new to web design, your first stop to learning web design should be www.how-to-build-websites.com. When you're done there, come back to killersites.com for more.

    </p>

     

    <h3>DO YOU HAVE QUESTIONS?</h3>

    <p>

     

    The killersites.com message/bulletin board has plenty of helpful people - don't be shy to join in on the conversation! BTW, the message board is also a little treasure chest of information that you can search with the boards' search tool.

     

    </p>

     

    <h3>WHAT ELSE IS THERE?</h3>

     

     

    <p>

    Killersites.com has a few other 'goody' sections that you might want to explore: the free stock photography and the Web Designers Handbook come to mind.

    </p>

     

    Thanks for stopping by.

     

    Stefan Mischook

    © 2004 killersites.com – all rights reserved

    articles

     

    </body>

     

    </html>

     

     

     

    (ps: thx for the help :)

    index.html

    tables_tutorial.html

    productList.html

    CSS.html

  4. I've been able to create all the individual pages as instructed by the video in Web design 1, part3, 2nd video: the index, tables_tutorial, CSS and productList pages. As an individual page it shows that the links to the Tables_tutorial, CSS and productList page seem to be active but I can not get them to connect. I've tried lots of different things but still can not get it to work. Please help!!!

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