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I have a domain (Rachndave.com) with another domain parked with it (MyJensen.com). All of my links go to MyJensen.com except for the "funny" link. When you click the link to go to the funny page, it takes you to rachndave.com /funny, not MyJensen.com/funny. What gives? The link is to "/funny" Just like the photos link is to "/photos". one keeps you on myjensen.com and the other takes you to rachndave.com

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off the top of my head i have no clue, but in looking at your source, "links" is slightly different...

 

you have:

 

><td><a href="/funny">Funny</a></td>

 

 

while the rest of the link locations have a trailing "/":

 

><td><font color="#FFFFCC"><a href="/photos/">Photos</a></font></td>

 

maybe try that?

 

not sure...

 

chuck

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off the top of my head i have no clue, but in looking at your source, "links" is slightly different...

 

you have:

 

><td><a href="/funny">Funny</a></td>

 

 

while the rest of the link locations have a trailing "/":

 

><td><font color="#FFFFCC"><a href="/photos/">Photos</a></font></td>

 

maybe try that?

 

not sure...

 

chuck

I changed the trailing "/" and nothing. Any other ideas?

I will look into the cleaner nav suggestion you gave. THanks

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thats really weird man, i'd say open a help desk ticket, they might be able to see something behind the scenes w/ your apache settings or whatever that we can't from the web...

 

good luck!

 

chuck

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Oops, I take it all back. I went and changed the "/" for real this time and it does work like it should. Thanks for your help

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Glad to hear you got it working. Sometimes it IS the littlest things that cause the biggest problems!

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additionally, you may want to check this out for a cleaner navigation solution:

 

Listamatic: Fat Erik 5s Simple Pipe List:

 

chuck

 

Ok Ive been messing around with a better navigation solution. I couldn't figure out how to do the Pipe thing with Dreamweaver, so I tried just making a pipe every other list item.

 

Anyone have any thoughts as to if the top nav is closer to what it should look like?

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