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Old 01-22-2010, 07:12 PM   #20
TooLoose_LeTrek
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Thanks so much, ktinkel and all.
My own website is very small. In fact, I just coded the individual pages this evening in HTML. I have all my images together. All I really have to do is figure out how to put it all together and get it set up to shoot online. I do have a few books around here on HTML from a few years ago, a SAMS "Teach Yourself" and an O'Reiley guide. I'm sure I could crack this myself, but I'd rather be spending time working on developing my business right now. So, I think web software is still in my future. I may go ahead and correct the ordering error, get the Expressions, and go from there. If it really doesn't work, then I'll consider cracking that nut and figuring out how to link all this stuff together. I've used anchors, links, added contact email, etc. before to HTML documents.
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