This is basicly what your page will look like as you are working on it in the file manager. You could actually copy & paste this onto your page, fill in where needed and you will have a web page. Boring but a page none the less.

Near the box you will be working in you will see a box to place the name of your page in. Ususally you will need to end it with ".html". There can be no spaces or things like "&,!,.".

<HEAD>
<TITLE>Put the title of your web page here </TITLE>
<META NAME="description" content="Write a sentance describing your page here.">
<META NAME="keywords" content="write,key,words,to,your,page,separated,by,comas,without,spaces.">
</HEAD>

<BODY BGCOLOR="#FFFFF0" TEXT="#2F4F4F" LINK="#708090" VLINK ="#4682B4">

<center>
<H1><B>TITLE OF YOUR PAGE GOES HERE</B></H1>
</center>



<br><br> <br><br>

<h4>

Type in some text here, using this code: <P> when you want a new paragraph:








<br><br>
</h4>

<HR>
<P>

<H3>
E-Mail <A HREF="mailto:YOUR E-MAIL ADDRESS GOES HERE">YOUR E-MAIL ADDRESS GOES HERE</A>

<P>
<HR>
<P>

<P>
<HR>
<P>

<center>
<a href="PUT THE http://Address HERE">NEXT</a>
</center>

<P>
</B>
</H3>
</BODY>
</HTML>




There will be buttons to save your work, preview, etc.

Remember that none of the text above should wrap, go down to the next line in the file manager, or on your note pad.

What this page would look like to the viewer once you saved it.


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