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siloette

HTML issues and Dreamweaver cracks

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So recently I got my site online using dreamweaver..

Which was fine and good besides having to do some code clean up..

 

But when I went to Link up to some other sites..I had a few questions before me..I looked online for awhile..read through a few tutorials..asked a few friends who had no idea..So now im turning to you guys..

 

The code I did seemed to be right..

Like for instance for linking up to beautiful decay its-

 

<font face="Techno" size="4"><a href="http:// www.Beautifuldecay.com/">

Beautifuldecay.com</a></font></p>

 

which is what every thing I read said it should look like..but when you click on it..nothing..it says the server cant be found..Its a link..but doesnt go anywhere

 

If any one can see what Im doing wrong or knows something I need to do let me know.

 

The site is www.siloette.com and the page is-

http://www.siloette.com/site52.html

that im having issues with it..

If anyone can glance at the code and see where im fucking up that would be awesome.

 

Also I noticed people trading photoshop cracks awhile back..if anyone has a dreamweaver crack I can trade flicks or drawings or shirts or all of the above let me know..

Every version I tried downloading offline wouldnt go through or wouldnt let me..or was half there..

 

Thanks

also if you hate the site..email me..this is a thread about code..

 

My aim is - sieintheskies

if you know whats up and you see me online

 

:)

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Guest imported_El Mamerro

You have a space in front of the "www", and spaces in addesses are read by browsers as "%20" or some shit like that. Get rid of that space and it should work fine.

 

Insanely ill shit in there, by the way, good job. Beer,

 

El Mamerro

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the content gets a double thumbs up, if i had more hands youd get more thumbs.

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SILO.

 

Forgiveth me for never answering your response e-mail. The e-mail went to an addy that I rarely check anymore. I trust that the link to the picture on my site worked fine, as I saw a shot of the painting on your site. If you want something better, I'll send you one. This time I mean it.

 

Great job on the site, by the way. You're very talented.

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weeeee! see me! see me!!! short cuts is on silo's website.

 

gotta love the talent of that girl.

 

thanks silo...yer the best.

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<html>

<head>

<title>Links</title>

<meta http-equiv="siloette" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1">

</head><BODY bgcolor="#000000"><p align="left">linksbar.jpg</p>

 

</p>

 

 

<Font face="techno"size="4">Artcrimes.com</font>

 

 

<Font face="techno"size="4">Beautifuldecay.com</font></p>

</body>

</html>

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Actually my bad. I made forgot something. ;)

Dreamweaver 4 (version dinosaur)

 

 

 

<html>

<head>

<title>Links</title>

<meta http-equiv="siloette" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1">

</head><BODY bgcolor="#000000"><p align="left">linksbar.jpg</p>

 

</p>

 

 

<Font face="techno"size="4">Artcrimes.com</font>

 

 

<Font face="techno"size="4">Beautifuldecay.com</font></p>

 

 

<font face="techno"size="4">Fuckthebuff.com</font></p>

</body>

</html>

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u should just hand code all your html, use a text editer like notepad. dont trust any wyswyg (what you see is what you get) programs. hand

coding has more advantages and wyswyg programs add code half the time that isnt even needed.

 

here try this see if this works.

 

 

<html>

<head>

<title>Links</title>

<meta http-equiv="siloette" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1">

</head>

 

<body bgcolor="#000000"><p align="left">linksbar.jpg</p>

 

</p>

 

 

 

<Font face="techno"size="4">Artcrimes.com</font></p>

 

 

 

<Font face="techno"size="4">Beautifuldecay.com</font></p>

 

</body>

</html>

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I too hand code my stuff. It's harder to make complex pages that way, but not impossible. Hand coding also gives you the advantage of knowing the internals of what's going on.

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Guest imported_El Mamerro

Hand coding visual layouts is the equivalent of photoshopping a picture by changing an image pixel by pixel. It works, but it's inefficient.

 

Just make sure you keep the html window open in Dreamweaver, and keep track of how it changes as you modify the wyswig window. In the end, you will ALWAYS have to hand-edit the html a little to trim unnecessary stuff, but doing the whole thing by hand from the start is just lengthy and cumbersome. Beer,

 

El Mamerro

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hey silo, i wrote you back, im not sure if it worked, my email has been shit latley, let me know if it got to you.-

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Fuck yeah, It worked..Thanks I really appreciate it..

Theres so many little things the books skip over..

 

T.T.boy- Sorry I didnt get back to you..Yeah I got the email..Ive been waiting for the chance to sit down and write a good email back..Ive been so website determined its frightening

 

thanks again!

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Originally posted by Pistol

Dreamweaver 4 (version dinosaur)

 

i also have dw4 but i dont use it much

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