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    need a little more help

    ok ive got a basic site up to tell all about whats up and comming and ive also got a very good idea of HTML.

    Now i need to ask a few questions. Ok, say i have the page up and then i want to make a link to lets say a "games" section. How do i get that webpage. Do i need to regiester a whole new one with just a /games on my new one or how do i make it so it puts the /games on there and dont need to register a whole new website again.

    I would also like to know of any good "hit counters"(things that count the number of hits your site gets). And how do i get it on my website.

    Im still learning so bare with me for a month or so < : )
    Im sure ill have some more questions with my website but this is all for now.

    Thank You All (especially Dave for this site that newbs like me can get help!!!!!!!)



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    If you want a page that is a Games Section, create the page the same way that you created your main page, but save the file as something like games.html. You don't need a separate account for this page; just upload it the same way that you did your main page. Then, on your main page, you can put a link to your Games Section like this:


    &lt;a href="games.html"&gt;Games Section&lt;/a&gt;

    There are other ways to do this that involve subdirectories, but this is probably the easiest way to get started.

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    ok i understand so i would just have index.html as main along with the others when i upload then i just link to the name of them.

    ok thank u again enigma < : )

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    You're welcome.