example.hml and not Example.htmlalso I do not know if you have had this problem with loading images or not. But many sites end up with broken image links or broken links to their pages. Usually this is a standard method to use to call your pics or gifs
<img src="img/1011.jpg" width= "175" height= "175" alt= "Brass Shell" />. Well I found out recently some servers will not except your links to your images using small letters to spell out .jpg. Instead they insisted that the .jpg part of the link be as such
<img src="img/1011.JPG" width= "175" height= "175" alt= "Brass Shell" />.I would suggest if you are going to be building websites and run into a problem of broken links I suggest you use Mozilla Firefox for a browser to check your site and use the developers toolbar. Mozilla exactly has an image tab on it's developers toolbar which will allow you to see how your images will display and will tell you the path used to load the images and also will tell you if you have and broken links to your images. I hope this will help Codin.