Simple examples of web page construction
To see how a page is put together in html language, go to view menu above and click on source

The pages given below treat one tag (instruction) at a time.
You can change them to see what happens.
If it gets smashed up, come back get a fresh page and try again.
Remember use notepad as your editor and reader.

How text is put into a page
How to change text size
How to change text location
How to add a picture to a page
How to center a picture on a page
How to make a link or go to another page
How to use picture link to another page
How to have a user send you a email from your page
How to add sound to a Web page
How to make a table
How to make pull down hyperlinks
How to make a  scrolling banner with a hyper link

Click here to go to a good site about web page design


I use "Notepad" to write my web pages.
Notepad is the best of the simple txt editors. It comes with windows and is under your start menu (Programs Accessories)
I use "Windows Explorer" to view the web pages as I am creating it.
I save my file or files in Notepad using the html extension (xxxxxxx.html).
This is (the magic) that tells any web browser that the document is to be read as a web page.

To see what a webauthor has put into his or her html document to make the web page appear as it does, --go to view on the pull down menu tool bar and click on source
This is the way all of us who write web pages check out how other webauthors have got their web page to look as they do.
After reading the html source document You click on back to return to the browsers' view of the page.
So follow the three easy steps below to see examples of what is done to make a web page.
The links below are examples how to arrange text,pictures and make links on web pages. Click source and see how I wrote it. Click Back to return to the page.