Well I have to questions as you can see so Ill start with the most difficult one (i think)
I found this Inside one of the templates:
<p id=“walknav”> <span class=“prev”>Previous:
<a href=“windex.php” rel=“prev”>Walkthrough:
Contents</a></span> <span class=“next”>Next: <a
href=“walkthrough2.php” rel=“next”>Dunegon 1</a></span>
<a href=“windex.php”>Contents</a> </p>
I really just found myself confused looking at it so I was wondering if I could use this instead (the quote below), on each of my walk though lists and pages. I don’t really see how its different from above except that the above is way more complicated, and maybe the <div id=“walkthrough”> part is an anchor. I kinda would like the above part explained to me.
Again I would like to use the below method for my Toc.txt and each of my html pages if thats ok.
<a href=“Introduction1.html”>[ Previous]</a>//<a href=“Introduction4.html”> [Next]</a>
<a href=“Windex.php”>[ Chapter Index]</a>
For the second part I was wondering if toc.txt is the same as this (pointed to at with the red arrow)
If it is I already made my plan with my Toc.Txt document