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HTMLHelp Forums _ Markup (HTML, XHTML, XML) _ Multiple Webpages in HTML

Posted by: smilly Nov 19 2019, 05:47 PM

I am unfamiliar with the entirety of HTML and need to do an assignment. I was asked to make:
1. Main Page - A couple of general paragraphs introducing what your website is about, as
well as links to all of the other pages on your website.
2. Five Topic Pages - Five organized pages which cover highlights
3. Quiz Page – Page with the 5 questions that you used
4. Answer Page – Answers to the quiz questions you used
5. Links Page - Bibliography page of where you found your information (text or images).

I am unsure on how to make multiple webpages with HTML using TextEdit on Mac. I need to link a main page to 5 other topic pages and then need to have separate pages from that. If anyone could help me with what to do that would be greatly appreciated.

Posted by: pandy Nov 19 2019, 07:07 PM

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Posted by: smilly Nov 20 2019, 10:34 AM

QUOTE(pandy @ Nov 19 2019, 07:07 PM) *

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Thank you for that help. Just wondering how I now create that webpage. I made a link that I would like to use but I do not know how to make that link a true link and be able to put information in the link

Posted by: pandy Nov 20 2019, 11:49 AM

So you have one HTML page so far? You just create more pages/documents in the same way that you created the first one. Then you put links from your first page to the other pages and ideally the other way around too.

Say your new page is named dogs.html and is in the same folder as your home page and that your home page is named index.html. Then in the index page you use this link.

<a href="dogs.html">Dogs</a>

And in dogs.html you put a link back to the home page.

<a href="index.html">Home</a>

It's all a bunch of single documents. They are only connected through links. Nothing special about the pages because of that. It isn't any different to link to another page belonging to your own site than to link to for example Google.

Hope that explains it. wink.gif

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