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  1. Yes, php seems the preferable method, though it requires a local server, which isn't a bad thing I suppose.
  2. Thank you that is very helpful. When starting out, it's incredibly overwhelming but to conceptualise as you have is very useful. I have opted to save my files on to a local server using XAMPP and then to save each .html file as a .php. This seems to have to done the trip as I can now use the 'include' function.
  3. Hi All, I've seen that in PHP you can include a require or include function which saves you from having to add the entire code for headers and footers for each page. Does a similar things exist in HTML? If so, please direct me. Thanks in advance Russell
  4. Hi there I'm new to web development and I decided to start with w3.css as they had a template which has been very useful. I want to create a Portfolio Gallery which exhibits articles and their related images, however the dimensions of the images are causing problems i.e. the gallery doesn't not look like tiles as it were. Do I need to make all the images uniform in size somehow before inserting them? Thank you in advance.
  5. Is the answer the same for the w3.css framework? thanks I’m advance. Russ
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