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Posted by: Harrell
Posted on: Jul 30th, 2008, 10:42am
I'm having trouble creating a web page.
What I'm trying to do is learn some basic steps in placing info on (say) my cover/front page. I typed in the name of my company, then I tried to view that in a template, the way it would look as a web page, and I can't find how to do that. If I could learn a few steps, I'm sure I could grow/learn from there.
What I'd like to know first is, 1). Beginning with a blank template page, how can I view (say) the header/my company name the way it will look on the actual web page once I type/center it?
2). How do I add/place graphics, like photos/clip art/images to a page, and place it where I want? Maybe an answer to these 2 questions can get me started. I really want to type/place something, then look at it as if it were the web page.
Also, I went to a web site that I'd love to copy or get close to the way it looks. I copied it's html "source" code, then pasted it to a blank EasyWeb template, but all I get is the "source" code; I thought it would translate itself and show the same info/layout as the page I like. Is that impossible to do?