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To make a stylesheet, just open notepad, write CSS, and save it with a .css extension.You link to it in HTML files using the <link> tag.Stylesheets don't have anything to do with photos.

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you can, however, apply images to certain html elements backgrounds within the css document, if that's what you were thinking.but to "post/display" actual photo's on your site, you would declare that with HTML tags.

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how do I make outside style sheet ?and how do i link the photo's to the style sheet ,when i want to post a photo's
thank you for this useful tips.but if i want to display images,where do i save my images? i tried to save it in my documents ,but when i use the tags to link the image to my documents it takes a big line.
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thank you for this useful tips.but if i want to display images,where do i save my images? i tried to save it in my documents ,but when i use the tags to link the image to my documents it takes a big line.
drugs are bad, m'kay?j/k. you would want to save your images in a folder within the folder that contains your html and other site content. for instance, i have my websites in a folder called "websites" within that i have a folder for each website and its relvant content within that. for instance:c:/websites/some_website/index.html...........................................about.html...........................................contact.php...........................................style.css...........................................................(an images folder) images/imagea.jpg.......................................................imageb.jpg...........................................................this is just an example, but using this format, whenever i want to link to an image, be it in a css document or an html or whatever document, my tags merely have to be <img src="images/imagea.jpg"> and this will work the same on my local "server" (my harddrive) or on a live server (where i upload my finished webpages to). Edited by thescientist
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drugs are bad, m'kay?j/k. you would want to save your images in a folder within the folder that contains your html and other site content. for instance, i have my websites in a folder called "websites" within that i have a folder for each website and its relvant content within that. for instance:c:/websites/some_website/index.html...........................................about.html...........................................contact.php...........................................style.css...........................................................(an images folder) images/imagea.jpg.......................................................imageb.jpg...........................................................this is just an example, but using this format, whenever i want to link to an image, be it in a css document or an html or whatever document, my tags merely have to be <img src="images/imagea.jpg"> and this will work the same on my local "server" (my harddrive) or on a live server (where i upload my finished webpages to).
you are really a scientist.I tried and really it worked.I have a question that nowadays couldn't get an answer for it.I saw a nice website and i wanted for own use ,but the problem is, i tried to change it is all names and links into my own website name ,but i couldn't succeed with it .the first page is good ,but the second,third,fourth was difficult to link them to my(hard drive).Do you have any idea about that ? thanks Edited by fisher
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I think it would be typically frowned upon to just go and copy people's webpages and steal their designs. Websites are considered intellectual property so I would be very careful about how you approach this method. With that in mind, (and a link to said site would be helpful) you have to take into consideration that you will probably have to download all the images they are using, as well as having their stylesheet (I'm assuming they use one) and you have to make sure their page isn't using PHP or some other server side language would keep the page from displaying correctly on your harddrive (if you don't have some sort of server emulation software installed.)It's not to say you can't use other websites as inspiration, but you have to keep in mind that someone owns the code in those pages. Link us to the site and feel free to ask about techniques they are using or if you have questions about how they are deploying something.Also, webpages really aren't "linked" to your hardrrive. The ideal setup like I described is useful for developers because it keeps the site structure and architecture in such a way that it will work on a server, in another folder, on a flash drive, etc as long as nothing is moved. Think of it more as trying to link these pages/images together with HTML, not to a specific physical space on your harddrive. If you link them right and setup your directories well, it should work just as well on your hardrive as it would on mine.

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you are really a scientist.I tried and really it worked.I have a question that nowadays couldn't get an answer for it.I saw a nice website and i wanted for own use ,but the problem is, i tried to change it is all names and links into my own website name ,but i couldn't succeed with it .the first page is good ,but the second,third,fourth was difficult to link them to my(hard drive).Do you have any idea about that ? thanks
Good, i understand that.what i meant is to save these pages as Html and modify the images,the names etc.and then display them from my (hard drive ) as a server on the internet,and check if they work probably.U have asked if they use PHP.yes they use it,i saw it on the top of the address bar index PHP. thanks Edited by fisher
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whats the address? so we can see it and its code. it might be helpful to diagnosing your problem. again it should be cautioned against using existing designs unless it is for learning purposes and not intended to be used live by yourself.

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For now just keep everything in the same directory...index.htmlimage.jpgimage2.jpgJust use regular <img src="image.jpg" alt="" /> for now. Don't get into messy directories with levels and levels of submenus until you understand the structure.

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whats the address? so we can see it and its code. it might be helpful to diagnosing your problem. again it should be cautioned against using existing designs unless it is for learning purposes and not intended to be used live by yourself.
Yes, finally I have done it. by the way it is for learning purposes.But when it comes to design a website,it is a little bit boring.you have to have all these codes on your mind and i think it takes a lot of time ,because you have to build all the pages one by one. what is"c path=36" i see behind some links.is it like a page? thank you Edited by fisher
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what is"c path=36" i see behind some links.is it like a page? thank you
I don't understand this question. I never heard of a path atribute in the A tag!? show me the entire line. Edited by The master
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I don't understand this question. I never heard of a path atribute in the A tag!? show me the entire line.
Here is it:t: 18px;"></span><a class="ml2" href="http://www.alnakhlansatellites.nl/index.php?cPath=40"><b>HD Ontvangers</b>
Until you learn some server-side language, just consider it a part of the URL like everything else between the quotes.
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