Thanks for response Bernie1227. But I was thinking "complicated" when it was a simple typo I just now saw.
I tried copying both what displayed in location bar = http://www.facebook.com/pages/Willia...D/291205609460
and code on page (from http://www.wsddds.com)
The demo site is not yet uploaded online. Could working locally affect the Facebook link?
<a target="_blank" href="http://www.facebook.com/pages/New-York-NY/William-Schlesinger-DDS-MAGD-ABGD/291205609460"> <img border="0" src="images/facebook-icon.jpg" width="81" height="20"></a>
Oh! YUCK! Typo HERF not HREF!
<a herf="http://www.facebook.com/pages/New-York-NY/William-Schlesinger-DDS-MAGD-ABGD/291205609460" title="follow Dr. William Schlesinger on Facebook" target="_blank"><img src="miscImages/facebook.png" width="24" height="24" alt="facebook Icon" class="floatright"> </a>
When I first viewed source and saw the depreicated, inaccessible, garbage code on my dentoist's site, I got so upset and angry that I replicated the <TABLE> layout using CSS to clean it up. See that demo at http://www.ppbloch.com/demo/wsdds.html. But my dentist had no clue to what I was talking about. At that time, viewing numerous dentists' web sites showed similar lack of Web standards and indicated a hot potential market for web developers.
My dentist finally seems to be considering cleaner coding for his site. Also currently, there seems an awakening at such sites as http://www.pinerundental.com/ (developed by http://www.tntdental.com/) and http://www.nydentalpartners.com/ (developed by http://www.solution21.com/). They are all looking too much alike and are not "responsive" in sizing.