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Creating File Paths in HTML

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Learning to construct file paths in HTML

Learning to construct file paths in HTML

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  • 1. Creating File Paths USING HTML
  • 2. Where do we need to go?
    • I am working on index.html and need to make a link to 10.html
  • 3. How do we get there?
    • My first step would be to link through the visitors folder:
    • <a href=“ visitors/ ”>Photo of Jimmy</a>
    You are not done yet! Keep reading…
  • 4. Keep Going…..
    • Now that I have linked through the Visitors folder, I need to link through the photos folder:
    • <a href=“visitors/ photos/ ”>Photo of Jimmy</a>
    You are still not done! Keep reading…
  • 5. One Last Step…..
    • Now that I have linked through the Visitors and Photos folders, I need to link to the page:
    • <a href=“visitors/photos/ 10.html ”>Photo of Jimmy</a>
    Now you are done! Good Job!
  • 6. Now, lets reverse….
    • I am working on the 10.html file and need to link to index.html
  • 7. How do we get there?
    • My first step would be to link out of the Photos folder:
    • <a href=“ ../ ”>Home Page</a>
    You are not done yet! Keep reading…
  • 8. Keep Going….
    • After I link out the Photos folder, I need to link out of the Visitors folder:
    • <a href=“../ ../ ”>Home Page</a>
    You are still not done! Keep reading…
  • 9. One Last Step…
    • After I link out the Photos and Visitors folders, I need to link to the index.html page:
    • <a href=“../ ../ index.html ”>Home Page</a>
    Now you are done! Great job!
  • 10. In Conclusion
    • Your link follows your files into the folders that contain them.
    • If you are linking back, every ../ that you use means that you are linking out of ONE folder.
    • Don’t forget your <a href=>, the “quotes around the link”, and your end tag </a>.