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Hour 3. Creating a Web Page

Web sites are made up of a series of interconnected documents (pages) that a visitor can surf through using something called hyperlinks. Hyperlinks are pieces of text or images that, when you click them, take you to another page or another area on the current page. The pages themselves are simply text documents that utilize Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) to create the links.

There was a time when you needed to write HTML by hand to create even the simplest of Web pages. With the advent of applications such as Adobe GoLive, you no longer need to write all the syntax yourself. You put together the page the way you want it to look, and GoLive will write the HTML for you in the background.

In this hour, you'll learn about

  • The fundamentals of HTML

  • Creating a new Web page in GoLive

  • The Document window and editing modes

  • How to view the HTML that GoLive generates

  • The HEAD section

  • Using a preset page width as a guide for designing

  • Setting basic page attributes

  • Previewing your page in GoLive and in a browser


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