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February 7, 2009, 7:19 am
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BTW, all of the images were uploaded in advance.
You were right about the problem......I needed a subdirectory for images,
Once I did that, it came out looking as it should on the internet.
However, it doesn't come out the same using the Yahoo editor.
So, I am switching over to an editor/FTP combo which should allow me better
control over the images.
From there, just as all of you said, I just need to replace the scrambled
text with my intended text.
Then, I'll make additional pages from the same source code, and edit the
text to fit the title of the link (Contact Us, etc.)
One reply was that the Yahoo editor was not the best. I have found that to
be the case.
Another reply pointed to a lack of subdirectories for the various
components. That advice was spot on.
Now, it is simple, but can now control it a bit better and actually feel
comfortable in just switching out text, links, etc., for each page.
This will give me a smooth, business type look, which is what I am looking
For me, the breakthrough was in the subdirectories.
BTW, I had gone through several tutorials, and some of them do not even
contain the term "subdirectory." Others mention it only briefly and en
In brief, without your assistance, I would have never even known how to get
Thank you all very much...verily, I appreciate it.
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