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Following from that- the website will consist of 7 sections - the common elements on each site is the navigation, a graphic displayed above the nav bar and the footer. So I created 7 .html files and I was going to copy paste all the common elements into each of my .html files. But now I am wondering whether it's a good practice to repeat the code like that? e.g. does it mean that my graphics will have to reload each time the user goes to a different section of this website? or should i do something along the lines @khaduch suggested? hiding/ displaying sections differently?
its a basic website - using only html and css
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@DMsalati It'll work if you remove bootstrap (which is throwing an error). See console for error message
@aga87 You just need a tags to connect the pages
@kbaig Are you sure? :) I don't think JS errors prevent CSS from working
@gulsvi ok thank you so much for your help, I know I should have been familiar with these things already, but I just kept putting them off haha. i prefer making things and learning while doing rather than reading and then doing if that makes sense ?
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@DMsalati I'm the same way lol :) makes perfect sense