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Re: Need help with Home Page on Macintosh

From: Borre Ludvigsen <borrel@hiof.no>
Date: Wed, 22 Mar 1995 23:19:27 +0000 (GMT)
To: DEBBERL@sunyulster.edu
Cc: Multiple recipients of list <www-talk@www10.w3.org>
Message-Id: <Pine.3.89.9503222307.A23288-0100000@abdallah>

You might want to have a look at my server her at home 
(http://www.ludvigsen.hiof.no/) its MacHTTP running on a Mac IIsi (2 
MacIIsis actually, but that's another story). Most of your questions will 
be answered by using the "view source" facility in your browser.

- barre

On Fri, 17 Mar 1995 DEBBERL@sunyulster.edu wrote:

> I am looking for an experienced home page builder to answer 
> questions.  I am doing an internship for Ulster County Community 
> College and am new to the internet.  I am creating a home page for 
> our college.  I get stuck with some things at times and no one around 
> here really knows what they're doing.  So, it is my job to find out how 
> to do it.  I am working on a Macintosh system (which I'm not too 
> familiar with) and I am using Netscape as my WWW Browser.   If 
> anyone can answer my questions, I will be forever grateful. 
>  Here at the college we only have access to listserv's, that means: no 
> newgroups or usenets, no bbs, no fun and games because it isn't 
> considered educational.  If anyone knows of any other good 
> resources that I can use for my project, feel free to drop me some 
> E-mail.
> How would you write a pathname for a file in folder within folder within 
> folder on a Macintosh?
> When creating links in an HTML document from the Home page to 
> another file, how can you get it (with a link or command) to return to 
> the home page.  I tried linking it to the home page file, but that didn't 
> work.  It said  "Unable to locate file."   It found the file the first time so 
> I can't understand why it won't find it the second time.
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