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My question is How limited is 1GB webspace on a iPage web hosting site? Hoping for any answer. My 2nd question... First let me say "Boy am I glad I found this forum!"..

Secondly,I will never ask a question until my forehead is bloody from banging it against the wall.I am extremly new to HTML and want to thank everyone in advance..

Now to my problem: PLEASE TELL ME IF YOU NEED THE PAGE THAT THIS HTML LINKS TO..

I want to link to a specific part of another page,the links worked fine until I decided I wanted the links to be in a table, now the links still work, but they all go to the same part of the page that I want to link to (they all link to the top of the page), I have included the code,appreciate any input!.

LINKS PAGE:.

<BODY background="yellow" link="blue" bgproperties="fixed">.

<table align="left" bgcolor="yellow" border="3" cellpadding=4 cellspacing=2 height=400 width=50>.

<tr align="center"><td><font size=4><font face="jester"><a href= products.html#1">Womens Health</a>.

<tr align="center"><td><font size=4><font face="jester"><a href=products.html#2">Mens Health </a>.

<tr align="center"><td><font size=4><font face="jester"><a href= products.html#3">Weight Loss</a>.

<tr align="center"><td><font size=4><font face="jester"><a href= products.html#4">Immune Booster</a>.

<tr align="center"><td><font size=4><font face="jester"><a href= products.html#5">Energy & Vitality</a>.

<tr align="center"><td><font size=4><font face="jester"><a href=products.html#6">Quality Assurance"<a/>.

<br />.

<p><tt><h3><a href="mailto:">Contact me.</h3></a>..

Comments (10)

Hmm... I need to find out myself. I don't know what is the answer to that question. I'll do some Googling and get back to you if I find an anything. You should email the people at iPage as they probably could give you help..

Comment #1

Ok, I inserted the </td> and </tr> tags, still aint workin,.

I also have included the code now to both pages,maybe that will help,by the way I have the <a name="1"></a> on the page I wish to link to. I know it's something small that Im doing or not doing thats causeing the problem. Oh,and thanks for all the quick replys...this is great!!.

And I really do appreciate all the help..

NEW TABLE/LINKS CODE:.

<BODY background="yellow" link="blue" bgproperties="fixed">.

<table align="left" bgcolor="yellow" border="3" cellpadding=4 cellspacing=2 height=400 width=50>.

<tr align="center"><td><font size=4><font face="jester"><a href= products.html#1">Womens Health</a></td>.

<tr align="center"><td><font size=4><font face="jester"><a href= products.html#2">Mens Health </a></td>.

<tr align="center"><td><font size=4><font face="jester"><a href= products.html#3">Weight Loss</a></td>.

<tr align="center"><td><font size=4><font face="jester"><a href= products.html#4">Immune Booster</a></td>.

<tr align="center"><td><font size=4><font face="jester"><a href= products.html#5">Energy & Vitality</a></td>.

<tr align="center"><td><font size=4><font face="jester"><a href= products.html#6">Quality Assurance"<a/></td>.

<tr align="center"><td><font size=4><font face="jester"><tt><h3><a href="mailto:">Contact me.</h3></a></td></tr></table>.

THE PAGE I WANT TO LINK TO CODE I DIDNT INCLUDE IT ALL,ITS A BUNCH..

<html><head><title>Products</title></head><body><div align="center"><a name="1"></a><h1>Womens Health</h1>.

<div align="center"><a name="2"></a><h1>Mens Health</h1></html>..

Comment #2

They go to the same spot on the other page because the other page is not long enough to scroll the link that you want to the top..

Make the second page longer and try it...

Comment #3

If you don't have any info on the other page it can't scroll down. if you click on the link and the other page pops up, then they are still working..

But I did notice you forgot a " in the link.

<tr align="center"><td><font size=4><font face="jester"><a href=.

".

Products.html#1">Womens Health</a></td>.

It is right before products...

Comment #4

The example code you gave still has the </tr> missing from each line..

Also <font size=4><font face="jester"> could be done a little neater with <font size="4" face="jester"> instead, which cuts out one " font " word, and does away with having to have </font></font> later in the code. Hmm, I can't actually see any </font> tags in there at all..

Also please note that the <font> </font> tag pair should go immediately round the text words; that is, the <font> </font> pair should be INSIDE the <a href..> </a> pair..

Don't forget that in HTML 4.01 it is recommended that all attributes be quoted. Attributes that contain white space, or any characters other than A to Z and 0 to 9, MUST be quoted..

Have you sent the entire web page to a validator yet? This will show you all the errors on the page. It is always possible for something else on the page to be affecting things, unclosed tags can sometimes really messup the logic..

And, I guess that you have already fixed the missing quote right after the href= on each line...

Comment #5

Actually if you are being technical then font should not even be used. it is deprecated and <span> is the choice..

Comment #6

Where does one go to get one of these treasured validators?..

Comment #7

Don, simply go to.

Http://validator.w3.org/.

And enter in the URL of your page..

It's also worthwhile (sometimes) looking at other parts of the W3C's iPage site at.

Http://www.w3c.org..

Mind you it can also be incredibly confusing, but have a poke around and see how it goes..

Neil..

Comment #8

Neil, just an FYI but w3c links is actually.

Www.w3.org.

(no 'c' in it).

You do the same as I do, but I believe they changed there iPage site url. no biggie though jsut thought I would mention it...

Comment #9

Wow, thanks scoutt. I didn't notice because using it with the "c" still works..

Neil..

Comment #10

If you are going to send pages to a validator, then you'll need a DOCTYPE declaration. Assuming you are using HTML 4.01 then the first line will be as below:.

<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN">.

<HTML>.

<HEAD>.

<TITLE> Your Title Here </TITLE>.

<META HTTP-EQUIV="Content-Type" CONTENT="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1">.

<META HTTP-EQUIV="Content-Language" CONTENT="EN-GB">.

<META NAME="Keywords" CONTENT=" your, keyword, list, here ">.

<META NAME="Description" CONTENT=" Your Description Here. ">.

<META NAME="MSSmartTagsPreventParsing" CONTENT="TRUE">.

The TITLE element sets the document title as shown in the top of the browser window. This element is also shown in most SERPs..

The Character Set and Content Language tags simply tell the Browser, and Search Engines, which Character Set and Language the page is using..

The Keywords and Description tags are used by some search engines. They aren't required for validation, but are useful to have...

Comment #11


This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.