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    Just a noob question

    Hello there, I recentry begin in this world of web design and currently I'm doing some experiments to learn how to create websites.

    Right now I'm doing a navbar for the diffent options my web will have. Like the picture (names in spanish ):




    The thing is, right now I what to add content to the other options in the navbar, but I don't know If I should just create another html file and put that content there, or create more divs and then show/hide them depending on the option choosed. Because if I create another html i would need to copy all the navbar to the other file right?

    Thanks

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    I don't really understand your question, but you may be looking for server-side HTML. It allows you to include one HTML file (in this case a navbar) inside of another so that if you need to change an element of the navbar, the change will reflect sitewide.
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