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newbie xml shapes question
I can't make head nor tail of this site
Kenton




msg:701726
 11:49 am on May 10, 2005 (gmt 0)

Hello, please bare with me on this one, I have no idea about xml.

I have a site that wants to exchange links with me and I think it's xml.

I want to check that they have put up a legitimate link to our site but I can't understand their page's code.

At the point where my link logo appears this is what it says...
<tr>
<td width=275 height=166 style='vertical-align:top'><![endif]>
<div v:shape="_x0000_s1599" style='padding:2.85pt 2.85pt 2.85pt 2.85pt'
class=shape>
<p class=MsoAccentText><span style='language:EN'>Web site or page name 2</span></p>
<p class=MsoBodyText3><span style='language:EN'>Select the Web site or page name above and link it to a Web address (URL). Describe the site and explain why the site is useful to your reader.</span></p>
<p class=MsoBodyText3><span style='font-family:"Trebuchet MS";color:white;
language:EN'>MY COMPANY NAME</span></p>
<p class=MsoBodyText3><span style='font-family:"Trebuchet MS";color:white;
language:EN'>WHAT MY COMPANY DOES</span></p>
</div>
<![if!vml]></td>
</tr>

then further down the page it says:
<v:rect
id="_x0000_s2412" href="http://mywebsite/" style='position:absolute;

and then:
<a
href="http://mywebsite/"><img border=0 width=96 height=32
src=image3801.jpg v:shapes="_x0000_s2412"></a>

All I asked for is a simple piece of html to be pasted into their site:
<a href="http://MYWEBSITE"><img src="http://MYIMAGE.jpg" width="150" height="50" border="0" alt="MY-ALT-TAG"></a>

can this be done? Or do I have to learn xml to check my reciprocal links?

Thanks
Kenton

 

syber




msg:701727
 11:54 am on May 10, 2005 (gmt 0)

Kenton,

It is not xml. It looks like they created their page in Microsoft Word and then saved it as html.

Art

Kenton




msg:701728
 12:22 am on May 12, 2005 (gmt 0)

Thanks

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