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adding new html file (2 posts)

  • Started 6 years ago by abblesauce
  • Latest reply 6 years ago from Scott McGuire
  • abblesauce Member

    hi,

    i created (possibly unsuccessfully) an html file for my newest merch, hoodies. all i did was copy and edit the tees.html folder. i've saved in the correct place and then simply copied a paragraph and inserted the hoodies.html into a link in the folder that houses the 4 tee shirt links--which in turn make pop up shop windows on my website. any advice on how i can publish this new 5th pop up window which allows people to view and buy the hoodies? i'm going to post the script that is also confusing me below: <area shape=POLY COORDS="96,196,85,337,91,342,440,346,441,344,440,243,443,203,433,194,377,181,379,174,379,167,367,158,355,159,316,175,288,177,268,166,261,163,244,168,242,179,240,184,199,191,128,192 ,101,194,97,198" HREF="javascript:n_window('http://www.abblesauce.com/newtees/hoodies.html')">

    what are those numbers at the beginning of the link? there are diff. numbers for each of the 4 tee links about it. im assuming these numbers are also withholding new window to publish on my site.

    sorry for the long winded-ness...thanks in advance!

    Posted 6 years ago #

  • Scott McGuire Administrator

    Hi,

    I'm sorry, but this is really more of a question about writing HTML and JavaScript than a Fetch question.

    While we can sometimes provide simple HTML advice when there are problems, we aren't webpage authoring experts, and I'm afraid this question is beyond our expertise.

    You may want to ask the person who designed your website for assistance, or find another forum more geared towards webpage authoring advice.

    I'm sorry we cannot be of more assistance with your question.

    Thanks,

    Scott McGuire
    Fetch Softworks

    Posted 6 years ago #

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