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Wednesday, 3 October 2007
Re: Trying to link to erroneous web address
Mood:  quizzical
Topic: HTML Questions

   Yeah, I do have the http:// in there. But I'm not trying to merely link to the top page, there is a separate page for each kind of sea turtle...Here's an example: For the hawksbill turtle I link to this page:

<a href="http://cccturtle.org/sea-turtle-info...page=hawksbill">

and for the green marine turtle I link to this page:

<a href="http://cccturtle.org/sea-turtle-info...php?page=green">

   I copied those addresses and pasted them directly out of the address bar in IE so they would be correct, but they don't work unless I go directly to CCCturtle's website and click. They don't work where they're linked to on other websites either. I've noticed here it's all on one line but in Webshell it is broken and wraps around.


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Thursday, 4 October 2007 - 12:02 AM EDT

Name: "dalleh"

<a href="http://cccturtle.org/sea-turtle-information.php?page=green">Green Sea Turtle</a>

<a href="http://cccturtle.org/sea-turtle-information.php?page=hawksbill">Hawksbill Sea Turtle</a>

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