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I have built a website from scratch using front page. I seem to have broken links when I check I have no idea what to do to fix it I clik on the folder but they are still broken am I suposed to type something special. Please don't get tecnical with me I am new to all this keep it simple please.

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Ok Heres some advice to get your files
open your start bar click run browse Down the bottom hit all files Stroll around till you find where you placed the file you want the link to
And now click it
Run will display exactly the whereabouts
Chuck that in with your html and the links shouldnt be broken

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