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    Angry Need Help Really Bad

    I'm kind of new to HTML. I'm using a StyleSheet on my site and it's not going well. I added a link part it. It only affected one link and the rest of links show up exactly how I don't want them.
    You Can Go To My Website and check out my HTML by click Edit With NotePad on the file menu.
    Please Help Me Figure Out What's Wrong

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    Angry Adding On..

    Now I just saw that my Style Sheet isn't working at all..

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    well... I do not know where to begin. It probably has something to do with the fact that you are not using a
    <html>
    tag, and that the <style> tag is sitting up out in the open. I think you need to startover man... I think you have gotten off on the wrong food. Um I suggest going to www.w3schools.com and doing some learning there, learn how to use html and css first, forget about java script affects and stuff. You might consider buying a book? We can reccomend some good books if you would like.

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    Wut I Did..

    I added a <head> thing and I put Html tags at the top and bottom of my site. But Im tryin to make the links show up black...

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    Well the links are the thing I am least worried about on your site. http://www.w3schools.com/css/tryit.a...me=trycss_link is the proper way to do the links. But I am seeing a bunch of java script on this site, and scrolling text, and it is just going all to hell on my browser and I am just trying to get you on the right track with that stuff. The reason I wanted you to go to www.w3schools.com and do the html tutorials there is because the will put you on the right track, they are more standards minded then the other places and can teach you how to use css for layout (and tables for that matter, but they atleast teach css and follow the standards themselves and will teach it right) and how to use semantic (meaningul) markup. But I am just saying, I would not be worrieing about the color of the links at this point if I were you.
    Last edited by PeOfEo; 06-26-2004 at 11:49 PM.

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    Thank You Soooo Much

    I Figured It Out, Thanks. That website really helped.. ALOT

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    Thumbs up

    well it can help you in a lot of other areas too! Don't be a stranger, we would love to help you learn how to use proper markup.

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