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    Newbie GoldenGirl is on a distinguished road
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    Question 1st publishing a site

    I need some advice on putting my site on-line.
    I have already done my header and menu using HTML and CSS with Windows Notepad.
    I would like to add images but what I've read so far talks about directories, folders and subdirectories.
    Any help on this would be nice.
    Thanks,
    GoldenGirl

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    Newbie timjae.IC is on a distinguished road
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    adding images to your site

    Hi GoldenGirl,

    You can actually add images to your site by using this tag.

    <img src="path/to/file.jpg">

    You can use relative path or absolute path. With relative path if you page is in the same directory you would make this tag.

    <img src="image.jpg">

    If it were in an images folder you would make the tag like this.

    <img src="images/image.jpg">

    With absolute path you would use the direct URL to the image.

    <img src="http://domain.com/images/image.gif">

    You can also specify no borders around the image and the size etc.

    <img src="image.jpg" border="0" align="center" width="##" height="##">

    You can link images to something as well.

    <a href="http://domain.com/where.html"><img src="images.jpg"></a>

    Hope that helps you a little bit.

    timJae

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    Full Member hostbreak is on a distinguished road
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    Nice guidence by timjae but dont forget to name the default page index.htm or index.html as most of the web hosts make this file the default!
    Last edited by hostbreak; June 22nd, 2005 at 05:08 PM. Reason: Miss Typed

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    Newbie timjae.IC is on a distinguished road
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    Cool very true

    This is very true. However, I felt this was only image related. People rarely need to format their .gif or .jpg files to a .html file.

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