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  • 1. http://www.w3schools.com/html/html_links.asp – We all started there learning the basics

    2. I don’t understand what you are asking for.

    1. If your page is XHTML Transitional, then adding target=”_blank” is valid in links. It’s not valid in XHTML Strict though.

    2. Make a new index page which creates a frame to contain your existing index page. Your website will then be int he frame, but the external page containing that frame will not change, and so the URL won’t change either. This is not particularly user friendly though, it will mess up your permalinks.

    Well, if it will mess up the permalinks… then don’t give such an advice. They will still try to use it and coming back to complain. Who needs that?

    Bah. Maybe he doesn’t care about the permalinks. Who knows what his intentions are? I prefer to lay it out plainly and leave it up too each individual to design it as they see fit.

    I like the clean look of the end-user only seeing the base URL. In other words regardless of the link they click on, the root URL is all they ever see. I do like the permalinks, as I don’t want to disrupt. If you see issues with the static URL, then let me know. It may not even be something you code. I remember it being an option with another host I used once. Perhaps its a hosting issue, not an HTML issue.

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