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Change website name on each page and 2 GIF logos

Posted on 2011-03-06
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I have three images I'd like to show you...see below.  My plan is to change the website I already have which will include the present name of the current business to the new name.  I'd like to do this on every page where it shows the "old " name.  I also noticed that two of the GIF images hold the "old" name as well and I'd like to change those two things as well.

The problem is that I don't know any programing and do not know any HTML which is what it appears as though this is how the website was done.

I sent an email to someone and they mentioned that they would charge me $25 /hr for the change.  The only thing was that it would have to be changed from HTML to XHTML.  Which I'm definitely not familiar with at all.  What's the diferrence?  My main concern is just make the changes I'm looking for at this time.

I do not have a domain name for the new name just yet, but I'm thinking about going with Godaddy.com, which I'm assuming it's a one-stop shop.

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$25 /hr is what I charge and I'm cheap.  The first image shows 75 files to be edited and that will take a while.  Making new graphics to replace the old ones will take some time also.  And accurately converting from HTML to XHTML can take a while also since very single file must be edited.  XHTML is in a simple way a more restrictive and precise form of HTML.
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