I used a regular text editor to edit the code. The code was quite jumbled when I got to it, so I am not certain to what you are referencing.
If you open the html files in your browser, you will see that all of the requirements have been fully met.
Aptana Studio is not a Graphical web site editor. It is considered an Integrated Development Environment. All of the code is still 100% plain text. There is no graphical "design view" that many instructors (and most web developer) abhor.
I am assuming that this is for a web site design or development course? Did you get the code like this?
I ask because using tables in the manner that they are used in these files is something I haven't seen in 12 - 13 years. In the web development industry, using tables to do site layout has become completely unacceptible. You would not be permitted to do it in any professional capacity, and any potential employer would cringe at the site of this code.
In addition, a lot of the code is extremely deprecated. The script tag hasn't used a "language" attribute in a very long time. And none of the files have a declared doctype. Around the turn of this century, page layout became the exclusive domain of CSS. There is absolutely nothing on any of your pages that needs a single table. In fact, I could easily turn 150 lines of code in one of these files into less than 30 lines of code, and have it layed out better.
From the instructions that you provided, it looks like your received the code this way. If that is the case, then your instructor is the most woefully outdated web developer I have run into in a long time. I promise you that this type of code is completely unacceptible in modern development.
I only bring this up for your benefit. CSS layout has been the standard for over a decade. Using tables in the manner they have been used in these files is now considered anathema to good web design.
But back to your issue:
Proper code is indented. There are indenting standards, none of which appear to have been followed in these documents. I did my best to follow modern best-practices. Regardless, all of the functionality meets the requirements 100%.
Let me know if you need additional assistance, or if you would like to see an example of how one of these pages could be accomplished with a fraction of the code and no tables. I am here to help.
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