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  1. HTML geniuses out there, you are looking at your newest student.

    I'm working on my website under the 50megs banner, and their sitebuilder sucks. So, I'm going to try it the old fashioned way. The only problem, I don't know much about HTML. The most I know is the bare basics of putting text on my page.

    What I really want to know is how to put images on my page that are already on my webspace.

    How do I link to other pages with images?

    How do I make buttons that change when you click on them?

    Oh, btw my website address: rdh.50megs.com

    I'm honest enough to admit when I don't know anything.


    While I'm on the subject, what do you think of this? That little red button near the bottom is going to be my 'panic' button. It'll take you to the main page of the site (except for when you're ON the main page). It's going to be what my website is going to look like. Granted it's going to need a few tweaks, but I wanted to know what people thought about it.

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    2. Bloodshedder

      Bloodshedder

      ravage said:

      Oh, and how do I have text & objects overlapping other things? (and how do I position things?

      Positioning? Use tables with no borders. You'll really want a WYSIWYG editor for this. Overlapping? I know it can be done, but I have no idea how.

    3. rf`

      rf`

      Bloodshedder said:

      Positioning? Use tables with no borders. You'll really want a WYSIWYG editor for this. Overlapping? I know it can be done, but I have no idea how.

      I've already figured that stuff out. I'm using <DIV> parameters.

    4. Julian

      Julian

      Ravage, create a new blog thread. Put your text there, look at the generated html, copy/paste. Just use the same thread over and over again or else I'll have to throw you out the window.

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