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HTML Help: Links Not Working
Why do some of my links only work in Internet Explorer?Most of the time it's because there is a space in the link path or filename.
Spaces are not legal in URLs. Most browsers stop reading the link as soon as it encounters a space.
Internet Explorer keeps reading the link to the end, so the link will work in IE, but not in other browsers.
If you replace the space with %20 your link will probably work. So if you have a web page named my page you'd code the link like this:
<a href="my%20page.html">My Page</a>
In the future, remember, do not use spaces in file names if they are going to be used on the web. Same with folder names.
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