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schumacher07
04-14-2011, 12:49 AM
Could someone help. I have a last question on my project.

I have 6 files each one has a slides, and I have a one main file. I need to do a code on the main file as a slide show for each file.

This is the question. On the second paragraph mark the text "slide show" as a hyptertext link pointing to the slide1.htm file.

This is the pargraph:
<p><span style="color: brown">Thanks to everyone who made Fiddler on the
Roof Jr. such a smashing success!</span> After all of the hard work on
rehearsals and set building and promotion, it really paid off. I have
gotten so many comments on your wonderful performances.</p>
<p><a href="slide1.htm"slideshow</a>I've started putting up a slide show of the

I put this code but, it doesn't take me to the file 1.

teedoff
04-14-2011, 01:02 AM
Could someone help. I have a last question on my project.

I have 6 files each one has a slides, and I have a one main file. I need to do a code on the main file as a slide show for each file.

This is the question. On the second paragraph mark the text "slide show" as a hyptertext link pointing to the slide1.htm file.

This is the pargraph:
<p><span style="color: brown">Thanks to everyone who made Fiddler on the
Roof Jr. such a smashing success!</span> After all of the hard work on
rehearsals and set building and promotion, it really paid off. I have
gotten so many comments on your wonderful performances.</p>
<p><a href="slide1.htm"slideshow</a>I've started putting up a slide show of the

I put this code but, it doesn't take me to the file 1.

Try:


<p><a href="slide1.htm">slideshow</a></p>

schumacher07
04-14-2011, 01:10 AM
No, it doesn't work.

bullant
04-14-2011, 02:58 AM
If your html syntax is correct then either you have the wrong path in the href to your target html file or the link has been disabled previously in your code some where or who have done something else wrong which you haven't posted.

Saying something doesn't work without posting your updated code means zero becuase it is the same as going to your doctor and saying to him/her "I am feeling unwell but I'm not going to tell you my symptoms. Fix me."

muftdagyan
04-14-2011, 09:16 AM
If that also doesn't work then in that put the url of page slide1.html you already uploaded like this.
<a href="yourdomain.com/slide1.html">Slide show</a>

It will work if you already uploaded file slide1.html and know its url.

schumacher07
04-14-2011, 03:15 PM
This is slide 1 file with all my codes:

<body>
<div>
<img src="fiddler.jpg" alt="Fiddler on the Roof" />
<hr />


<a href="home.htm"> <img style="border-width: 0" src="home.jpg" alt="home" /></a>



&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;

<a href="slide1.htm"><img style="border-width: 0" src="start.jpg" alt="start" /></a>
<a href="slide1.htm"><img style="border-width: 0" src="back.jpg" alt="back" /></a>
<a href="slide2.htm"><img style="border-width: 0" src="forward.jpg" alt="forward" /></a>
<a href="slide6.htm"><img style="border-width: 0" src="end.jpg" alt="end" /></a>

<br />

<a href="slide1.htm"><img src="thumb1.jpg" alt=slide1" border="5"/></a>
<a href="slide2.htm"><img src="thumb2.jpg" alt=slide2" border="0"/></a>
<a href="slide3.htm"><img src="thumb3.jpg" alt=slide3" border="0"/></a>
<a href="slide4.htm"><img src="thumb4.jpg" alt=slide4" border="0"/></a>
<a href="slide5.htm"><img src="thumb5.jpg" alt=slide5" border="0"/></a>
<a href="slide6.htm"><img src="thumb6.jpg" alt=slide6" border="0"/></a>
</div>
<hr />

<div>
<img src="slide1.jpg" alt="slide1" />
</div>
<blockquote>
<p><i>Do You Love Me?</i> sung by Deb Ingalls and Thomas Gates</p>
</blockquote>

</body>

</html>

This is my codes for the main file were I have to put the slide show:

<body>
<div>
<img src="fiddler.jpg" alt="Fiddler on the Roof" />

</div>
<hr />

<p><span style="color: brown">Thanks to everyone who made Fiddler on the
Roof Jr. such a smashing success!</span> After all of the hard work on
rehearsals and set building and promotion, it really paid off. I have
gotten so many comments on your wonderful performances.</p>
<p><a href="slide1.htm">slideshow</a></p>I've started putting up a slide show of the
production. Please feel free to download the files from the Web site.
If you want high resolution photos on a photo CD, please
<a href="mailto:tashajur@lakewood.edu?subject=PhotoCD&body=Please send me a copy of the photos">contact me.</a></p>
<p>Once again: <span style="color:brown"><i>BRAVO!!!</i></span> -- Mrs. Juroszek</p>
<hr />

</body>

</html>

It doesn't show me the slides on the main file.

teedoff
04-14-2011, 04:00 PM
Since we're dealing with images, it would sure be nice if you had a live link to your site. We could go through your code to make sure you dont have a coding mistake, but without knowing the correct path to your images thats all we could do.

Also, PLEASE use the code buttons to post code. (#)

schumacher07
04-14-2011, 04:31 PM
I am really confused.

I don't have a live link. This is a case from a book xhtm and xhtml 5th edition. Tutorial 2 case 2.

This is the only question I have left for the whole case. It has six file slides and one main file, and the question is to go to the home file and mark the text"slide show" as a hypertext link pointing to the slide1.htm file.

and all the codes for both files are posted before.

I would really appreciate your help.

schumacher07
04-14-2011, 05:05 PM
Please, ignore my previous message. I got it.


Thank you guys.

teedoff
04-14-2011, 05:06 PM
What page is this on? lol I have this book right in front of me.

teedoff
04-14-2011, 05:07 PM
Please, ignore my previous message. I got it.


Thank you guys.

ok so what was going wrong? Mind sharing?

schumacher07
04-14-2011, 05:09 PM
Would you help on this case: bike the mountains tour.


It was tutorial 2.

schumacher07
04-14-2011, 05:09 PM
I forgot to change file 1 to htm file. That's all.

schumacher07
04-14-2011, 05:18 PM
How I can do this code for the following question?

I have to create a style for the first column by setting the width to 140 pixels. Setting the left padding to 10pixels and the top paddig to 20pixels. Float the column on the left page margin.



<div id="column1">
<a href="#">Home</a>
<a href="#">Learn More</a>
<a href="#">Testimonials</a>
<a href="#">Route Maps</a>
<a href="#">Register</a>
<a href="#">Lodging</a>
<a href="#">Meals</a>
<a href="#">Training</a>
<a href="#">Equipment</a>
<a href="#">Forums</a>
<a href="#">FAQs</a>
<a href="#">Contact Us</a>

Is it right under <div id="column1">
width="140px padding-left="10px" padding-top="20px"

teedoff
04-14-2011, 05:20 PM
Is this for school? If you have a particular issue like you did here, then everyone here doesn't mind helping, but just helping you with homework is against the forum rules. Try working it out yourself then when you have tried and still cant get it to work right, then post your specific question.

Glad you got this issue resolved!

btw...always check spelling and filepaths first. Especially for a new coder, typoes are usually the culprit.

schumacher07
04-14-2011, 05:25 PM
I promise you. It is not for school. It is just self learning.

If it is for school, I would ask the instructor and not posting anything here.



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