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Old 24 Nov 2010, 20:41
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Basic HTML trouble, need some help

This is my current website, starting out with HTML (from scratch)

Just wanted to do a basic one take a look:
http://cplusplus.netai.net/

I currently have two buttons,

Home and Lessons

I want so that when the user the Lessons, it goes to a different page (lessons.php)
and I want different text but the same header. (I know I just have to copy header and make new text file) but is there a way where I can make and If statement like this:

If user clicks Lessons, Then
Go to Lessons.php.

Also!
how can I make it so that the text in the middle on the homepage has a box around it, sort of like a middle background.

And finally last question. Take a look at my Hovering button codes, how come they do not work when I go to the real website??

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Thanks, would appreciate the help!

--------------- Added 25 Nov 2010 at 01:20 ---------------

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Old 26 Nov 2010, 00:47
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I don't know why you'd need an "IF" statement... first HTML is not a scripting language, there are no "IF" statements- that would be JavaScript or PHP.

If you want to bring someone to lesson.php when they click on the lesson image you'd put an <a href="..."> tag around the <img> tag of the lesson... something like:
<a href="lesson.php"><img src="lesson.gif" border="0" /></a>

This is very most basic of basic HTML- if you don't know this you really need to get a book or something and learn the basics before you start asking questions.
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Old 28 Nov 2010, 18:57
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You can use the div tags to create a box around certain text that you want to stand out from the rest of the home page.
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