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    I have pretty much no experience but bought a site template and managed to change the images and text to my fit. My only problem now is that my "about us" page is coming us as www.mydomain.com/index-1.html. Where do I change the name of the page so that it comes up as ".com/aboutus" In css, html editor??????????? Help, stuck.

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    all you have to do is save or rename the file with a name of "aboutus.html"

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    EvilivE is right. I can tell another possibility to get exact result like you shown (".com/aboutus")
    Create a new directory named "aboutus" in your root folder, move the aboutus page inside it and rename it to index.html, if it is in different name.

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    thanks tutorialstag

    Thanks tutorialstag, your advice worked.

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    that is the wrong way. by that logic you will have a folder for each page. http://yoursite.com/about.html and place it in the same directory as the index. if you want to create a folder for pages http://yoursite.com/pages/about.html but following the advice of a folder for each page will cause you a lot of trouble down the road.

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    I just shown him the easier way to attain what he want. But nothing wrong in this. he is only using static pages and if want to point to common images, it is possible to specify like (../images/image.ext). Likewise, every file can link to one another.
    However, i agree renaming like about.html, contact.html is more easier and better than creating folders for each page.


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