AFTER COMPLETING THIS CHAPTER, YOU WILL BE ABLE TO:
Define the concept of a local Web site.
Create a personal home page.
Make a local Web site by linking your home page to your Web page résumé.
Link your résumé to your home page.
Test the links with a Web browser.
Cope with case sensitivity in hypertext and hyperpicture links.
Recognize the five hypermedia design patterns you can create by linking Web pages.

INTERNET LITERACY RESOURCES:

Model Web Pages
 

After you've explored these templates, try editing one to create your own page. Is this easier than starting from scratch? Note: Some of the templates require you to download a Zip file. You can use the tools you learned in Chapter 13 to extract the templates from the Zip file.



Angelfire HTML Library

Web Page Templates
Central Templates


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