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Google Website Code

My co-worker left and i am needing to update his Google Page Website he built for us.
Below is the code i want to add but it is not working properly. Is there something wrong with this code?
I want to create a "Service provider information" Link to take me to a webpage. Second line is the same in French.

<a href="http://eorn.ca/about-eorn/timeline/"> + 'Service provider information'</a> + ' / ' +
                                                
<font color="blue"><a href="http://eorn.ca/a-propos-du-rreo/timeline-fr-FR/"> + 'Renseignements sur le fournisseur de services'</a></font>;

Let me know if there is something that would cause the site not to work becuase of these lines.

Thanks
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PtboGiser
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Alan OBrienSystems AdministratorCommented:
Why do you need to add code, when you type in the google site editor, the code will be automatically generated.

Navigate to the page where you would like to add links and click the Edit page icon, which looks like a pencil.

Highlight the text you'd like to turn into a link and click the Link icon in the toolbar.
You can choose whether you want to link to a page on another site, a page that already exists on your site, or a new page on your site:

External page: If you want to link to a page on another website, select the Web address tab and enter the URL of the page you want to link to in the box below Link to this URL.

Existing internal page: If you would like to link to an existing page on your site, select the Existing page tab. You can then find the page you want by searching for its name, looking through your site map, or, if you have edited it recently, finding it in your list of recent changes.

New internal page: If you would like to link to a new page on your site, select the Existing page tab and click the Create new page button in the lower right of the dialog. Then, give the page a title, choose what type of page you want it to be, and choose where to place the page.

Regardless of what type of link you choose, if you would like the linked page to open in a new browser window or tab when a visitor clicks on it, check the box next to Open this link in a new window.

Click OK

Continue editing your page or click Save to preserve your changes.
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PtboGiserAuthor Commented:
I'm editing the .SS page in Notepad.
Sounds like i should be using something else.
LEt me know more into his notes to see if there is something about editing in Google.
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Alan OBrienSystems AdministratorCommented:
when you go to the google homepage, login using the credintials the person gave you to access the site, once logged in, on the google menu on the top left you will see "sites", click on this and it should bring you to your site.
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PtboGiserAuthor Commented:
There is nothing there.
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