I downloaded a program to build DHTML menus.. It was a 30-Day trial period and a function was disabled.. It was the one that links you to another website... I mean.. you CAN make the buttons, but you can't make them do anything.. So the html code was something like this:
So I decided to try an experiment.. I started inserting an address in every one of those blank spaces, and it turned out that it worked... I don't know if that's legal or not, that's why I'm pasthing this here.. Please help me.. I still have the code, so if you need it, just ask :)
<- something, something, "", "0", ....., "", "_new" .......
Thanks In Advance :)
I use 1st Page 2000, im pretty sure you can do that with it, and its freeware.
One of the most quality free programs there is.
FYI, www.gimp.com and www.blender3d.com are both good freeware program, A graphics editor and a 3d modeler.
It would only seem fair that you be allowed to modify the source HTML of your website as you see fit, whether it is generated by a WYSIWYG website creation tool or not.
I guess they didn't count on anybody knowing html, or any logic at all
So, that means I'm smart! yey!! :) anyway, thanks for the other sites you gave me (www.blender3d.com, etc) .. didn't check them yet ..