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I've been studying htlm and css lately, and wanted to practice so I stated writing one txt. I have put the txt and the image used in the same folder. I'm not sure what to do next though... I've tried reading online, but I couldn't find anything. DISCLAIMER: I know this might be a very trivial question, but then again it's better to ask and learn, right? :) Thanks so much!

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closed as too broad by John Conde Aug 22 '13 at 13:17

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Try renaming the .txt file to a .html file. You may be able to this through Windows Explorer if you can see extensions, or you may have to do it at the command line.

One way could be: Open the .txt file in Notepad Go to "Save as..." Change the drop down of the type from *.txt (Text) to * (All Files) enter a filename and remember to put .html on the end.


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Thanks a lot! :D – user65165 Aug 22 '13 at 13:12
if i was give by my school for example, a subdomain, how could i open my .html from there? – user65165 Aug 22 '13 at 13:19

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