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  1. I want to include a form in my website for visitors to enter there name, email and message. I have yet not learnt how to do it so i am looking for help...If sending form data to an email is too complicated, I dont mind having a system in which the form data is written on to a file in my server directory. Eg: a note which i can read manully.
  2. yes i accept i got used to the wrong practice and thats why got into this mistake....
  3. Hey mates. I want to share this information with you all who may be having the same issue. On Windows my webpage background and images display well. but on linux/ubuntu i was unable to view the images on the web page. Finally it worked after i changed the image name to its correct case. Example: background-image : url('images/gradient1.png'); changed to background-image : url('images/Gradient1.png'); It applies to html too. Hence i believe its better to practise using correct case when dealing with links and image names.
  4. yes. Thanks a lot 'TheGallery'.
  5. I did some experiments and finally got many div's under control...you can see the code below...if you have any idea why/how it used to give trouble earlier let me know. <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01//EN""http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/strict.dtd"> <html> <style type="text/css"> body {background-color:black;} </style><body><div id="container" style="width:1000px;height:100%;margin-left:auto;margin-right:auto;"> <div id="yell" style="background-color:yellow; height:100px;width:1000px;float:center;"> Yellow Div </div> <div id="Grey" style="background-color:silver; height:200px;width:1000px;float:center;"> Grey Div </div> <div id="Gren" style="background-color:green; height:50px;width:500px; float:left;"> Green Div </div> <div id="Blue" style="background-color:blue; height:50px;width:500px; float:left;"> Blue Div </div> <div id="Pink" style="background-color:pink; height:55px;width:1000px; float:left;"> Pink Div </div> <div id="cent" style="background-color:gold; height:300px;width:60px; float:left;"> Gold </div> <div id="midd" style="background-color:brown; height:300px;width:880px; float:left;"> Brown </div> <div id="end" style="background-color:orange; height:300px;width:60px; float:left;"> orange </div> <div id="final"style="background-color:white; height:100px;width:1000px;float:left;"> white </div></div></body></html>
  6. Yes have many design ideas in mind, but the attachement i have sent now is my first. I want the enitre page to be in the center of the screen (1000px width page) and black background for body.In the image you can see the different oultines of areas on the web page and some info on what it may contain....I tried creating div's, but some disappear, breakup and hide. Thanks alot for your support dubbeldam.
  7. I have attached my sample website. In it how do i arrange multiple "div" and why do some break up at different screen sizes. Check my code and help me find my mistakes. index.html
  8. In the HTML tutorials, all images were added from a web location (img src="url"/>), when creating my new site, how do i add the images which are on my computer. Do I have to upload the images to a FTP location on the web first and then create the web pages? OR Should i create everything under one folder on my computer and then upload the entire folder to the web host?
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