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    Smile Okay, got anoother question...

    Now, my web site is www.aluria.cjb.net

    now, after clicking on the world, you should see a main screen with the world again (dure to change) with titles all around it. Okay, here is the question. How do I make each title an individual link? I have each title a seperate file right now, but on that page I stuck them all together into one gif, which I don't think was a good idea. I still have each individual file though. Any thoughts?

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    I went to the site to take a look, but both images are broken.

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    Unhappy Huh?

    The picts are there ( i just checked). That's kinda weird. I'm using Imternet explorer, maybe it doesn't work for netscape?

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    The reason you can see the pictures is because the img src tag leads to the file on your harddrive and not on the server. Change the tag, make sure the files are uploaded to the proper directory.

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    Unhappy well, how do I do that?

    The tag is img src="main.jpg"

    the main.jpg is uploaded in my public folder at my site proveider. I don't know what Im doing wrong...

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    The page I am looking at is all pointing at your harddrive

    img src="c:\curt\aluria\imagination.jpg"
    A HREF="c:\curt\aluria\main.html"
    img src="c:\curt\aluria\planetonyx800.jpg"

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    OKay, now that my stupidity has passed...

    What a reject I am. I thought that if I saved it while in the web server, it would actually save, but it turns out I have to save in my folder then upload it again ^_^.

    So, now that you SHOULD be able to see my site, about my origional question. How do I get each heading (information, mythology..etc) to a different link?

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    What you need to do is head over to your favorite download spot, do a search for some graphic software that is capable of creating "image maps".

    ...follow the directions...walaa

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