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Monday, 17 September 2007
What's going on with my site???!
Mood:  irritated
Topic: HTML Questions

   It seems like my links have suddenly stopped working. For example, when I go to my home page and then click on the Turtle care, advice, resources, & psychology link (exact wording?), I get the angel fire 404 error. I know it is linked to correctly, the file is still there, and it was working fine up to today. What happened? I have not changed that part of my index.html file...

   Also I added the "My contact info" link to a couple other pages (the turtle care page which is currently down and the books page) and I think they're properly linked to, but not sure as they aren't working either...

Posted by turtlestruebiz at 10:41 AM EDT | Post Comment | View Comments (5) | Permalink | Share This Post

Monday, 17 September 2007 - 11:00 AM EDT

Name: "anonymous"

the link worked fine with me reload your browser.

also at the top of your page the meta tags that start with this

you need to change them to this


Monday, 17 September 2007 - 11:07 AM EDT

Name: "dalleh"

also you have these meta tags at the top of  http://turtlestruebiz.angelfire.com/turtlecare/turtle.html

<META HTTP-EQUIV="Refresh" CONTENT="60">  
<META HTTP-EQUIV="REFRESH" CONTENT="3;URL=https://www.angelfire.com/turtlestruebiz">
you need to delete these tags 


Tuesday, 18 September 2007 - 3:13 AM EDT

Name: "tom"


 The following links on your main turtle page require some adjustment:

<a href="laws.html">Laws involving turtles and YOU!</a><br>
<a href="whichkind.html">How do I know which kind is for me: Aquatic, terrestrial, or desert tortoise?</a><br>
<a href="experiencelevel.html">Turtles recommended for your level of experience </a><br> (AKA which ones are good for beginners, etc.) <br>
<a href="identity.html">Identify this turtle?</a><br>(especially important if yours is wild-caught!)<br>
<a href="isithealthy.html">How do I know my turtle is healthy?</a><br>
<a href="breeder.html">A few online breeders & stores I trust</a> <p>

<h2 align="left"> Care & maintenance </h2> <p>
<h4 align="left"> Habitats & housing </h4> <p>
<a href="aquatic.html">Aquatic turtles </a><br> (Examples: Red-eared sliders, Painted turtles, Japanese Reeve's, Chicken turtle, snappers, & others)<br>
<a href="semiaquatic.html">Semiaquatic turtles </a><br>

(Examples: Wood, leaf, bog, & Asian Box turtles)<br>
<a href="semiterrestrial.html">Semiterrestrial turtles </a><br>
(Examples: American Box & wood turtles)<br>
<a href="terrestrialforest.html">Terrestrial/forest tortoises </a><br>
(Examples: Red- & yellow-footed tortoises, marginated tortoise, hingeback tortoise, elongated tortoise, Burmese tortoise, & others) <br>
<a href="desert.html">Terrestrial/desert tortoises </a><br>
(Examples: Horsfield's (Russian, Afghan) tortoise, Indian star tortoise, sulcata tortoise, African Pancake tortoise, & others)<br>

<a href="terrapin.html">Brackish terrapins </a><br> (Examples: Diamondback terrapin) <p>
<h4 align="left"> Inside the enclosure </h4> <p>
<a href="light.html">Lighting & heating</a><br>
<a href="substrate.html">Appropriate substrates</a><br>
<a href="waterland.html">Water/land requirements</a><br>
<a href="humid.html">Humidity control </a><br>

(Does not apply to aquatic turtles or brackish terrapins) <br>
<a href="comfort.html">Finally, make it feel like home!</a><p>
<h4 align="left"> Day-to-day care & resources </h4> <p>
<a href="food.html">Feeding & nutrition</a><br>
<a href="prevent.html">Cleaning & prevention</a><br>
<a href="troubleshoot.html">Solve turtle problems</a><br>

Last but not least, <br>
<a href="psychology.html">understand Turtle-Speak!</a><br>
<a href="recommend.html">Turtle products I recommend & where to get it</a><br>
<a href="define.html">Definitions of turtle terms</a><p>
<h2 align="left"> Interesting stuff & links </h2> <p>
<a href="allturtles.html">All the turtles that have existed in the world & their ID & info</a><br>

<a href="endangeredlist.html">Endangered turtles list</a><br>
<a href="rarelist.html">A list of rare turtles & pictures</a><p>
<a href="seaturtlelinks.html">Some links on sea turtles I have enjoyed</a><br>
A true miracle of nature:<br>
<a href="noeyes.html">The No-Eyes Red-Eared slider!</a><br>

<a href="../contact.html">My contact info</a><br>
<a href="myturtle">Meet my turtles!</a>

All the above links should read like this:

 <a href="http://turtlestruebiz.angelfire.com/turtlecare/laws.html">Laws involving turtles and YOU!</a><br>

In other words, put the FULL URL PATH for each link.

Tuesday, 18 September 2007 - 8:22 PM EDT

Name: "dalleh"

you still have bunch of question marks at the top.

look at the end of each meta tag you will see it like this >?  

delete all the question marks

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