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designing a wesite

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i ahve been tasked to design a webpage that links to other pages using html. i know very little about html or xml. can someone send me a code to do that
Apr 20 '07 #1
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drhowarddrfine
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thank you, but thats not what i was looking for. i need the actual lines and there position in the html code.
Apr 23 '07 #3

drhowarddrfine
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That same web site will teach you html but the purpose of this forum is to answer questions about specific problems. Many of us are paid to create the code for you.
Apr 23 '07 #4

KevinADC
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thank you, but thats not what i was looking for. i need the actual lines and there position in the html code.

There is no actual lines or their position in the html code. You put the lines into the html where they are needed. The actual lines depend on what you are trying to accomplish. Look at the source code of any webpage and you will see how diversly html code can be written/formatted. There is a sort of template though:

<head>
<title>your title</title>
</head>
<body>
visible page content here
</body>
</html>

you could call that the foundation or maybe the sub foundation. You have to add the framing, plumbing, and wiring depending on your design concept. The html code is like the lumber used to frame a house, once you know how to frame a house you can pretty much frame any house using lumber. But first you have to know how to measure, cut, nail, and how to comply with building standards. Same with html, but you can learn it almost overnight. Even a slow learner should only need a few days to learn basic html. CSS is a little harder, but not much. It's the spotty support between browsers (mostly Internet Explorer) that makes it difficult.
Apr 23 '07 #5

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