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jingjoenie
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Hello,I don't know if this is appropriate in this thread topic..but just want to know the difference between WEB PAGE and SUB PAGES...With this statement... " you'll need to put the code on your website homepage (not subpages or other pages)" what does it mean? :)Any assistance extended on this, will be very much appreciated..Thank youJenVill

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The emphasised statement is contrasting your homepage and the subpages or other pages, not "web pages" and "sub pages". Your home page is the page that people first see when they access your site, usually named index.html or similar. For example, if your site was http://www.example.com/ then the page that people see when they type http://www.example.com/ in their address bar is your home page. The other pages are, well, all the other pages.

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The emphasised statement is contrasting your homepage and the subpages or other pages, not "web pages" and "sub pages". Your home page is the page that people first see when they access your site, usually named index.html or similar. For example, if your site was http://www.example.com/ then the page that people see when they type http://www.example.com/ in their address bar is your home page. The other pages are, well, all the other pages.
Thank you for the insight, but I tried inputting the code to the main page, edited through Dreamweaver where I placed the code into index.html, which is also viewed the code when clicking the site. But still I kept on receiving the message that the code should be inputted on the homepage and not to sub page... I don't understand, what are the other possibilities why still doesn't work? Please advise.. I really appreciate it...
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A link or some code would probably be useful in helping you to solve your problem.

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