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And beware of asking silly and stupid questions like this. This is another one of those things you could very easily google. I'm not answering any more of your questions until you put some effort into answering them yourself. Don't go through life being spoon fed or you'll be mistaken for a vegtable and eventually will become one.


Furthermore, you can find out simple html things such as this by simply clicking "view->source" in your browser (or the equivilant menu option) which will show you the html for the page you are looking at. This will be able to answer simple questions about image links and the like and can help you learn about tables and div tags and javascript too.

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check out webmonkey

And beware of asking silly and stupid questions like this. This is another one of those things you could very easily google. I'm not answering any more of your questions until you put some effort into answering them yourself. Don't go through life being spoon fed or you'll be mistaken for a vegtable and eventually will become one.


I have searched through yahoo search for 25 minutes with no results I desire.

I do put effort into what I am asking... I had notes on this before but they were lost when I cleaned my comp out.
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Also, if this is the way you will react while answering my questions, I really don't mind that you don't answer them.

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You need to refine your searching methods then. I simply typed in "image link html" into google (which is almost always better at finding stuff than yahoo) and the VERY first link that came up had the information you were seeking and detailed explanations.

I'm not trying to berate you, I'm just giving you the facts. The information for these simple questions is out there, you just aren't looking properly. It takes practice to be able to find stuff out for yourself, but it's worth it. Not saying that every problem you should be on your own for, just that your gut reaction shouldn't be to jump on a forum, that should be done only after you are confident you have used up the available resources. Forums are also good where you can save a lot of time by asking for links to resources as opposed to hunting them down, primarily this is true for obscure topics or difficult problems but rarely so for beginner tutorials.

Anyhow, sorry for berating you, I just really feel you'll get more out of learning html than asking each individual question about it on here.

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