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Website I made (broken of course)

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I recently made a website using html. However now if I attempt to view the website where it is online many of the links and pictures do not work, but they all work if I click "preview in browser" while still in notepad. Since it works "in theory" I know I didn't incorrectly write any of the code and I have checked before to see if all the pictures and files are there and they are linked correctly. I have also tried re-uploading all of the files and that didn't work either. I was wondering if anybody had any suggestions. :)
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Well, I do know that it can be quite picky about capitalization in the files you're linking to. For example. if your code links to picture1.jpg, but the file is picture1.JPG, then the link will appear to be broken. You'd think it wouldn't matter, but I learned this one the hard way. That would be the first thing I would check - that everything matches exactly.
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Give a link to your site and I'll analyze your image links, html and CSS coding and let you know something. It's hard to just give you suggestions with what you have posted.

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