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    trouble with navigation

    as per my name, all this is really new to me. I am following "Build your own website the right way" and just attempted my first ever navigation div on my mock up home page. When I click the link it tells me the file cannot be found. I have checked my markup 3 times and just can't figure it out. I did download Firefox on my windows vista- that is the only major change I have made to the computer.

    anyone?!?!

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    If you are getting a file not found, it means the error is in the <a href= part of your code. the name of the page that follows href= is incorrect.

    Check it again..computers don't lie!

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    Or the file is not in the same folder as you specify.

    If you say <a href="about.php"> it will look for files in the SAME folder as the page you are currently in.
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