Okay this is making me lose all desire to learn coding.

+3 Dante Vega · March 10, 2015
Here is the HTML side.













GDTutoials














What is GDTutorials?



GDTutorials is going to be a one stop site for all of a students graphic design needs. At GDTutorials a student can request tutorials with the confidence of the request being fulfilled. A student can also browse through our ever growing library of graphic design tutorials. Below the tutorial Icon they can read a summery of the tutorial and click preview for a 1-2 minute free preview of the tutorial they are browsing to better determine the tutorial fits their project needs.


this is the CSS side


.container  {width:960px;
margin:auto auto;}

img      {width:950px;}

p      {width:1000px;
color:cyan;
text-align:justify;}

body      {background-color:#5D5D5D}

h1      {color:#B9529E;
margin:auto auto;}

strong      {color:yellow;}

a        {color:black;}

em          {color:yellow}

this is the web preview I get.

/images/forum/upload/2015-03-10/4a653424a2488b5a831fbd6416e35244.jpg

So I want to see how it would look with a rough draft version of a navigation bar. I place <img src="Nav_Bar.png"> into the HTML code like so.














GDTutoials













What is GDTutorials?



GDTutorials is going to be a one stop site for all of a students graphic design needs. At GDTutorials a student can request tutorials with the confidence of the request being fulfilled. A student can also browse through our ever growing library of graphic design tutorials. Below the tutorial Icon they can read a summery of the tutorial and click preview for a 1-2 minute free preview of the tutorial they are browsing to better determine the tutorial fits their project needs.

to my surprise nothing happens I get the same preview I got before no Navbar or anything. 

What the heck is going on?

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+1 Dante Vega · March 10, 2015
OK here is the html side before putting the nave bar in.

 <html>

<div class="container">

<head>

<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="CSS.css">

<title>
GDTutoials
</title>

<img src="GDTutorials.png">

</head>

<body>

<!-- the background it going to be black and the text is going to be Neon Green -->


<h1>What is GDTutorials?</h1>



<p><strong>GDTutorials</strong> is going to be a one stop site for all of a students graphic design needs. At <em>GDTutorials</em> a student can request tutorials with the confidence of the request being fulfilled. A student can also browse through our ever growing library of graphic design tutorials. Below the tutorial Icon they can read a summery of the tutorial and click preview for a 1-2 minute free preview of the tutorial they are browsing to better determine the tutorial fits their project needs.</p>
<hr />

Here is the html after trying to put the Navbar in.


<html>

<div class="container">

<head>

<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="CSS.css">

<title>
GDTutoials
</title>

<img src="GDTutorials.png">

<img src="Nav_Bar.png">

</head>

<body>

<!-- the background it going to be black and the text is going to be Neon Green -->


<h1>What is GDTutorials?</h1>



<p><strong>GDTutorials</strong> is going to be a one stop site for all of a students graphic design needs. At <em>GDTutorials</em> a student can request tutorials with the confidence of the request being fulfilled. A student can also browse through our ever growing library of graphic design tutorials. Below the tutorial Icon they can read a summery of the tutorial and click preview for a 1-2 minute free preview of the tutorial they are browsing to better determine the tutorial fits their project needs.</p>
<hr />


Sorry I didn't know what the code Icon did I thought it would show the code rather than a preview of what should show up.
+1 Dante Vega · March 10, 2015
OK never mind I am stupid. LIOL I was being a retard and forgeting to to do something that should have been very obvious. I saved the HTML file in two places one on the C:drive and the other on an external Drive and was editing the one on the external drive while previewing to one on the C: Drive. 

I hate when I do stuff like this.  
+1 Abdullah Nauman · March 10, 2015
Try making you UI more captivating. Something like this:
/images/forum/upload/2015-03-10/d686c997850379e2b5803a76cded4d8c.png
0 Savad Dekrup · March 16, 2015
@adam, Use
CSS3 /* Cascading Style Sheets 3 */

(It is CSS with newer version) or Use
CSS /* Cascading Style Sheets */

PS. It is the same dam thing. (Opinion)
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