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"Do you need help on HTML?
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mathmate this C:\Program Files\Jan's CompLit 101\Lessons\web\basics\summary.htmis what im trying to do
We need more information to help you.
What is in this file "summary.htm"?
What are you supposed to do with it, modify it to make additional links?
A link can be produced by adding the anchor tag, such as:
will create a link to the Google search engine and displays "Ref:Google" as the hyperlink text.
mathmate im trying to copy as a link and its not letting me do it
What link are you trying to copy?
The file summary.htm is on your hard disk, so nobody but you will have access to it.
If you are trying to send a different link, try putting spaces between the letters of the link, like:
h t t p : / / w w w . g o o g l e . c o m
More important of all, try to explain what you were told to do. What you have posted does not sound like a written question verbatim from your teacher. It sounds like some shorthand notes with parts missing.
oh okay thank you anyway mathmate and i don't know anything about frames or what they are and that's what im trying to find frames but i cant
Your subject to learn is HTML.
Look up some tutorials on the net on HTML. Frames is a little more advanced concept in HTML, and is (I believe) on the way out because the latest concept in HTML is anything related to presentation should be done using CSS (Cascading style sheets).
In any case, try some tutorials such as:
or Google your own with keywords like
"HTML tutorial for beginners".
If you have not been exposed to HTML before, be ready to spend a week to learn on your own.
In case you need examples, here's a tutorial on frames:
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However, it will sound like gibberish if you do not already know HTML.