Any HTML expert here?

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Ok, here's the deal... I imported this website Amazing Wrinkles Cure - Secret Wrinkles Therapy to my HTML editor, saved it as a XHTML file before FTPing the file to another domain. When I head over to my "another" domain to view the file, it appeared totally out of sync with the website I imported from. Here's how it looks like in my "another" domain... Amazing Wrinkles Cure - Secret Wrinkles Therapy

Can someone tell me what's wrong?
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  • Profile picture of the author Pnigro
    You forgot the CSS files.
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  • Profile picture of the author cassidywilliams
    Your css file (which actually contains the design info) is missing in the second website.
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    • Profile picture of the author Anthony Wee
      Hmm... how do I include the CSS file?

      Sorry, I'm handicapped technically and my technician is on leave. BUMMER~

      That's what happens when you overoutsource
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  • Profile picture of the author garyv
    This is your css file - http://www.amazingwrinklescure.com/css/style.css

    Just download it, or copy it and upload it to your new site.

    edit - make sure you make a folder on your new site called "css" to put it in.
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  • Profile picture of the author garyv
    Also - you're missing your images/ folder. It's full of images you need for the site.
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    • Profile picture of the author Anthony Wee
      Originally Posted by garyv View Post

      Also - you're missing your images/ folder. It's full of images you need for the site.
      I suppose this is the answer to the disparity I still see?
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  • Profile picture of the author garyv
    If you don't have ftp access to the original site, then you can just do a "right" mouse click on the images on the original page, and save them to your computer, then re-upload them to your new site into a folder you make called "images".
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  • Profile picture of the author garyv
    That is in the css file.

    You can also add it to your page, just add this code

    <style type="text/css">
    <!--
    body { background: #fff url('http://www.amazingwrinklescure.com/images/bg.gif') repeat-x; color: #333; font-style:normal; font-variant:normal; font-weight:normal; font-size:.9em; font-family:Georgia, Times New Roman, Sans-Serif }
    -->
    </style>

    Put it right after this code:

    <title>Amazing Wrinkles Cure - Secret Wrinkles Therapy</title>
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  • Profile picture of the author SteveJohnson
    The main thing you're doing and I can't believe people are so happily helping you to do it, is stealing another person's property - unless you own the original site, which then begs the question of why you don't have the files.

    You've put up a copy of someone else's site (or at least a page of it) and it's already indexed in Google. You've opened yourself up to at minimum a DMCA complaint, or a copyright infringement lawsuit if someone wanted to force the issue. I'd strongly suggest you take the page down quickly.

    If you're going to look at page code to see how someone does something, fine - but don't put it up on the damn internet complete with the same copy. Dissect it on your own computer, improve it, whatever.
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    • Profile picture of the author Darth Executor
      Originally Posted by SteveJohnson View Post

      The main thing you're doing and I can't believe people are so happily helping you to do it, is stealing another person's property - unless you own the original site, which then begs the question of why you don't have the files.
      Most of us are assuming he has permission to do it. At least I am...
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      • Profile picture of the author SteveJohnson
        Originally Posted by Darth Executor View Post

        Most of us are assuming he has permission to do it. At least I am...
        Why in the world are you assuming that? If he did, he'd be asking questions of the person that gave him permission. If he did, they'd likely give him the site files rather than have him figure out how to get the site files from the published page.

        If he has permission, I'll offer a humble apology - hell, I'll even tell him how to do it - but it sure doesn't look like I'll be doing that any time soon...
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        • Profile picture of the author Darth Executor
          Originally Posted by SteveJohnson View Post

          Why in the world are you assuming that? If he did, he'd be asking questions of the person that gave him permission. If he did, they'd likely give him the site files rather than have him figure out how to get the site files from the published page.
          Not necessarily. He could've bought an ebook and as a "bonus" the seller could say "here, just copy this web site I have". It looked like a dime a dozen plr web site when I first looked at it which is why it didn't trigger any suspicion on my part.

          I guess since I'm at the WF rather than a blackhat message board I just give people the benefit of the doubt automatically.
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          • Profile picture of the author SteveJohnson
            Originally Posted by Darth Executor View Post

            I guess since I'm at the WF rather than a blackhat message board I just give people the benefit of the doubt automatically.
            Just because he joined the WF last month and has 40 posts doesn't mean he has wings and a halo
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  • Profile picture of the author garyv
    This is a quote from Anthony above: "Sorry, I'm handicapped technically and my technician is on leave. BUMMER~"

    Did you pm Anthony to ask if this is his website or not? Accusing someone of being a thief in an open forum w/ out the proper evidence is even worse in my opinion.

    If he is a thief, then that's on him. What we were doing was giving sound html advice.
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  • Profile picture of the author SteveJohnson
    As *I* said, "...unless you own the original site...". I also said "...If he has permission, I'll offer a humble apology...", which I will.

    I'm not making a case either way - if Anthony owns it, fine. I'll give him step-by-step on how to get it done, quickly, easily, and accurately.

    I perhaps could have reworded my original response to be less inflammatory - but I also looked at domain registrations, contact info, etc., (I very much doubt - I could be wrong, though - that Anthony is "Kelly Davis" and can be reached at "P.O. Box 186 Bradley, IL, 60915") before I posted so it isn't like I just flew off the handle with a completely unfounded conclusion.
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