I have really just started in the book HTML with CSS & XHTML. My understanding of the process is in the "beginner" stage. Once I have downloaded files to be edited. What is a good first step for saving the files I downloaded? Initially, I got the pages to appear as they are supposed to but when I got to the part about addding links to direct people back to the lounge page from the elixir page and the directions page my images are not coming up (page 54). I've got lots of files and a few folders - I just need an efficient way to save everything once I download it so that I don't have to go back and make sure my files are saved appropriately and I have folders that make sense.
Just reflecting on what I have learned the first steps made sense - I reconfigured textedit and created some code saved it and got it to appear in the browser, Once I started downloading stuff I couldn't figure out if I should be saving stuff in TextEdit? since that's where I started the process or should I just save it as a file in the download window - and what do I save it as? I ramble I know! SAVE ME! if you can
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  • Hi Tracy,
    sorry for the delay in responding to you.

    I'd recommend you save all the files in folders that correspond to the lesson you are working on, that way you know which files belong in which folders, etc.

    Otherwise, I would encourage you to contact our booktech staff at :
    They will be able to answer any questions you have that are related to the book.
    When you contact them, please be sure to be very specific about which page and lesson you are having difficulty with so that they may assist you best.

    Tai H.
    Customer Service Rep,
    O'Reilly Media
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