Looks like broken paths to CSS and images. But we can't be sure without seeing your code.
Did you define your local site folder in DW before you started this project?
Setting Up Local & Remote site folders (CS5 & CS5.5)
Also, don't use spaces in folder or filenames. This can create problems. If you want to separate words, use a - hyphen or _underscore.
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Best way to get help is to upload your problem page to the web amd post a link so we can view it in our browsers.
Second best is to post the code here on the forums.
It is not easy to tell what a problem is without seeing the code and the best way of doing that is to give a link to a live page.
However, a guess would be that the way your paths are formed in any of your links is wrong. Links to your images, CSS and maybe other files.
Did you define your site before starting out? It is a good idea to do so. Are your paths correctly formed within the context of your site structure? Maybe things are pointing to your hard drive - it sometimes happens.
If none of that helps, post your code please.
Alright, what part of the code do you guys want??
Upload the page to the web and then we can see everything.
I have to have the website live on my other wordpress one temporarily until this one is ready to work. any other ways?
Create a folder named "test" on your existing website.
Upload the problem page to the test folder.
Fix the page via the forum.
Delete the page from the test folder.
Give me a min..
Also, i really apologize if I am not the best at this, I literally bought this program this morning, not even kidding. I am also 13. Although, I understand most things about this, and know HTML and CSS just a tiny bit, enough to be able to find things and edit things inside the HTML and CSS.