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    hello....

    I would consider myself at the very begining stages of web dedesign. I dont know much about html and coding, but I taught myself GoLive last summer and produced a few sites.

    The problem I having rests in the links. They work well when I render it live in GoLive, but after all the files are uploaded through an ftp server and online, they don't work. Viewers are only able to click on a link off of the home page. After that, the links become dead.

    Both of the sites that I have produced do this.

    www.elizabetharil.com
    www.bryantfuneralhome.com

    Does anyone have any suggestions? I have researched and resaerched this problem and have gotten no where.

    This is preventing me from wanting to get involved in other projects.

    I appreciate anyones help.


    HAVE A GREAT DAY!!!!!

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    Where to start? That code is nasty! :dead:

    You're using an XHTML Transitional DOCTYPE as well as CSS but for some odd reason you have a bunch of deprecated <font> tags in there?!

    I'm still trying to figure out what the bio page (and all those other inner pages in that first link) is suppose to look like?!

    What's with all the layersxx classes?!

    You also have

    Code:
    <div align="left">
    				<p><b></b></p>
    				<p><b></b></p>
    				<p><b></b></p>
    				<p><b></b></p>
    
    			</div>
    Not very semantic ... I mean ... if you're trying to create some "white-space" use the padding or margin property in CSS

    Quote Originally Posted by aril24
    I would consider myself at the very begining stages of web dedesign. I dont know much about html and coding, but I taught myself GoLive last summer and produced a few sites.
    You should learn HTML / XHTML and CSS first! Learn to do a webpage with Notepad ... then when you know more, you can turn to an editor for readability (as they will most likely colorise your code) and speed (most have tag insight... quicker to insert attributes and such).
    [a web design portfolio - Currently NOT AVAILABLE for work | web design | Re-coding | PSD-to-HTML]
    I'm also on: virb - facebook - twitter - flickr - del.icio.us


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