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Seriously lacks structure, and the website seems to just be made of text and a red background (which you should switch to a more neutral color). If 0catch supports FTP, then try making a layout at either Photoshop or Publisher 2003 (that's what i'm using.). If you're using Photoshop, you can code it in either Publisher or Dreamweaver. Afterwards, simply uploaded everything and it should be done. Try making a more smooth and stylish layout that's easy to navigate, because black text on a red background isn't all that attractive.

BTW, i noticed you are using Bravenet's services, good choice. <_<

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Ah, you're starting out. That explains a few things....

Just a side note: Don't TP (Triple-Post), or multiple-post in any way. Unless you're actually adding on something (in which case, you COULD just use the Edit button), just wait. Other people'll post eventually.

As for your site, you might wanna thing about multiple pages. It's pretty cluttered at the moment, and so much stuff could just be given another page.

If you don't know how to do it, just crate multiple pages and have a link to the URL of the other page.

Are you aware of how to put up images?

-Inuyasha

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Modularity is good....

Oh, yes, for images:

<img src=someURL/Path>

And there're also other things you can put in that tag, like height and width...and probably some other things I'm not aware of....

Oh, yes, and if you put a img tag withing a link tag (between the > and the </a>), and then put the </a> AFTER the <img> tag, you can have a picture tha links!

-Inuyasha

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this is what i have so far i dont know what to put fully

<IMG SRC=http://img.villagephotos.com/p/2006-2/1144764/metroidprime2_3.jpg/C:Path>

what do i put for the path

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