Creating HTML Pages: An Overview

Creating Web Pages

What’s in a Web Document?

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Starting a Word Processor

The Empty Word Processing Document- the blank slate to build upon

All HTML Documents Have the Same Structure

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Your Task:

Headings <H1...H6>

Saving a new HTML Document

Saving a New HTML Document: Choosing a Location to Save Your File

Saving a New HTML Document: Naming the File

Saving a New HTML Document: Naming the File

Changing the File Type to Text

Review Your Saving Choices before Clicking on the Save Button

After Saving the Document, you should see the name of the document at the top of your WodPad window

Previewing a Local HTML Document

Locating the File on Your Computer

Your Local File Previewed in Netscape

Character Formatting <CENTER>Centering</CENTER>

Saving the Document

Previewing Your Changes

Character Formatting <B> Bold </B> & <I> Italics </I> <HR> - The Horizontal Rule <BR> - The Break Tag

Unordered <UL> and Ordered <OL> Lists

Unordered <UL> & Ordered <OL> Lists Paragraphs <P>

Creating Links: The Anchor Tag

Creating Links to Other Web Sites

Creating a New HTML Document

Creating Links to Your Own Documents

Creating Links to Your Own Documents

Opening an Existing HTML Document

Opening an Existing HTML Document

Integrating Images into Your Document

Finding Images for Your Web Site

Finding Images for Your Web Site

Finding Images for Your Web Site

A Word on Creating Your Own Images

Saving Images to Your Computer

Saving an Image onto Your Computer

Saving an Image onto Your Computer

Saving an Image onto Your Computer

Placing an Image into an HTML Document

Graphics with and Without Links

Background Colors

Background Colors

Background Images

Basic Tables

Tables Using Rowspan

Tables Using Colspan

Tables Using Headers

Table Using Headers, Colspan and Rowspan