Hello, If you want it to be in a list, you would do the following. Jeff was close. <To start your list, if you haven't already, you do: <ul> Then, to do the lin, you do: <li><a href="newsletter.htm">newsletter</a></li>Then, you may want to put a line break or a horizontal rule. For a line break, do: <br /> and for a horizontal rule, you do <hr /> Remember, you do not have to do both, just do one. This is so that your links are not cluttered on one line.
Thanks Nimer J On 05/06/2009 09:34 AM, Jeffrey Shockley, School Laptop Edition wrote:
You would do <li<a href= "newsletter.htm"> News Letter</a> I think that's right. HTH, Jeffrey Shockley E-Mail: jawswizard@xxxxxxxxx <mailto:jawswizard@xxxxxxxxx>, jawswizard@xxxxxxxxx <mailto:jawswizard@xxxxxxxxx>, jawswizard@xxxxxxx <mailto:jawswizard@xxxxxxx>, jshockley@xxxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:jshockley@xxxxxxxxxxxx> MSN: jeffreyshockley@xxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:jeffreyshockley@xxxxxxxxxxx> Yahoo: jawswizard@xxxxxxxxx <mailto:jawswizard@xxxxxxxxx> Google Talk: jawswizard@xxxxxxxxx <mailto:jawswizard@xxxxxxxxx> AIM: jawswizard Skype: jawswizard ----- Original Message ----- *From:* LISA BROOKS <mailto:lisagbrooks@xxxxxxx> *To:* blind_html@xxxxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:blind_html@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> *Sent:* Wednesday, May 06, 2009 11:23 AM *Subject:* blind_html trouble linking question Ok, here is another question. On my home page http://www.wahvi.com I want people to be able to click on the newsletter link. I created a newsletter page and saved it in the public htp in the same list as index.htm and I called it newsletter.htm But on my home page when I open it in my browser there is no link just a bullet and it says newsletter. I can manually go there by typing in http://www.wahvi.com/newsletter.htm There it shows my newsletter page. What am I doing wrong in not being able to link it straight off the home page? Thanks, Lisa