When I access my webpage with this url, it displays the homepage, but it gives me error 403 Forbidden when I click on other parts of my page. My website works perfectly if add /Home.html to the end of the link. I tried putting in a redirect in .htaccess from trashdown.infinityfreeapp. com to trashdown.infinityfreeapp .com/Home.html, but it didn’t work. Also, there is supposed to be an image on the top, but it isn’t showing up. (There is a space in the middle of some of the links because it won’t let me put in more than one link.)
In other words, the htdocs part should NOT be included in website URLs. Unless, of course, you create an additional folder with the name htdocs within your website’s htdocs folder (so htdocs/htdocs/photo.jpg).
Be aware of how URLs are evaluated
There are different ways to use URLs on a website.
These can all be used successfully to refer to a particular file, but they all work slightly different. You should be aware of which method you are using and what the consequences are. This StackOverflow answer describes the differences very well.
The links in the top menu don’t work for me, but this is caused by incorrect URLs in your code. For example, the FAQ link is configured to point to trashdown.infinityfreeapp.com/FAQ.html. But due to how browsers interpret URLs, browsers will complete this URL as http://trashdown.infinityfreeapp.com/trashdown.infinityfreeapp.com/FAQ.html, which is of course not correct (it should be http://trashdown.infinityfreeapp.com/FAQ.html).
The link does work if you use one of the following URLs instead:
Note that these URLs are identical for this case, but they will behave differently on different pages.
Thank you guys for that, the 403 error has now gone away when I go to FAQ or Info, and the image is showing up on the home page. But, when I go to FAQ or Info, the header image doesn’t show up, even though it has the same file directory listed in the code of the home page.
The difference may not appear at first, as it is a subtle one (I myself used a tool to find it). In the code for the FAQ and Info pages you have the .jpg extension of the images capitalized as .JPG, which is the cause of this issue.
This is also explained in the article linked above: