A Beginners Guide to Programming with Harbour and HMG

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Re: A Beginners Guide to Programming with Harbour and HMG

Post by pctoledo » Sat Nov 14, 2015 12:54 pm

In link you have to use / and not \ (inverted)

Change in your HTML:

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<a href=".\index.html" class="button">Home</a>
<span class="tab1"></span>
<a href=".\guidehome\guideindex.html" class="button">The Guide</a>
<span class="tab1"></span>
<a href=".\projhome\projindex.html" class="button">Agile</a>
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<a href="./index.html" class="button">Home</a>
<span class="tab1"></span>
<a href="./guidehome/guideindex.html" class="button">The Guide</a>
<span class="tab1"></span>
<a href="./projhome/projindex.html" class="button">Agile</a>


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Post by Zimbo » Sun Nov 15, 2015 9:31 am

Thanks Toledo... it's always a simple, small mistake that trips you up! :oops:

I have checked all the HTML files and found that I had missed a couple of instances of "\" in index.html... all the other pages seems to be ok.

I have just uploaded this change and I checked it on Firefox. As far as I can see, the site should now be working with Firefox!


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Post by RPC » Sun Feb 12, 2017 10:48 am

Hi Zimbo
Read your harbour-guide website. You have very well explained basics. Unfortunately it is incomplete. When will you add remaining chapters ?
Hope you do it soon.

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Post by Pablo César » Sun Feb 12, 2017 8:14 pm

Yes, go ahead Zim !

Always usefull all DOCs about it. :D
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