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So I'm a newbie. I'm teaching myself web design, html, css, all that good stuff. I left it for a while, but I'm picking it up again; I'm determined to finish my web site this time.

So, once you create your page, you've designed it the way you want and all, then you just repeat that page over and over and that makes up your website? All you need to add are the links to the different sections, but, in essence, that one page constitutes your website?

I guess I'm a bit confused? But who knows, maybe it really is that easy.

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It's probably not quite that

It's probably not quite that simple, but can be close if you keep it simple.
Not really sure what your question is here.

Save each of the pages as adifferentname.html where adifferentname is a different file name for each page.
Then make a navigation system to link between the pages.

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Tony, thanks, I think you

Tony, thanks, I think you answered my question. Like you said, it is not necessarily that simple and I take it there must be different flavors to it, but it could also be as simple as you and I described: a series of pages linked together.

Thanks so much.