How to build web pages

    If you can use a word processor, you can build a web page.

    That’s because you don’t need to know HTML (the language used to build web pages) to build a site. However, it helps to have a basic understanding of how it works because you’ll better understand the limitations and possibilities of web design. So, take a few minutes to try this short tutorial.

    Once you’ve done that, you probably shouldn’t bother to actually write HTML code. Instead, you can create a site using a WYSIWYG ("What you see is what you get") editor. These programs allow you to build a web page quite easily. Best of all, very functional editors are available for FREE! In fact, you may already have one. That’s because the newer versions of Netscape Communicator/Navigator and Microsoft Explorer (programs for viewing web pages) include WYSIWYG editors. (You can go here to download them,10000,0-3773,00.html)

    For example, in Netscape’s software, simply go to the menu bar, click on "Communicator" and then on "Page Composer." Then you can just start typing… or download our templates, open them up and start editing! But wait! Before you do, take a little time to find out what makes a web page work.

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