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Step by Step

Posted by RitaMS (My Page) on
Wed, Jul 11, 01 at 18:19

Where will I find step by step instructions for creating a web page. Need very simple to follow instructions. Any help? PLEASE.

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RE: Step by Step


The htmlgoodies website contains a lot of information
to help you understand the basic principles in making a web page.

Here is a link that might be useful: html goodies

RE: Step by Step

heres a few more websites on making webpages.


RE: Step by Step

Thank you both this is very helpful.

RE: Step by Step

I used this one, it was great. I printed it out ( like they reccomended) then worked on it a step at a time

Here is a link that might be useful: step by step, how to make a webpage

RE: Step by Step

follow this page and look at tutorials link on the home pg

Here is a link that might be useful: Boogie Jack's

RE: Step by Step

A few months ago, I began with the HTML Primers at HTML Goodies (mentioned above) and then learned from lots of other places. I just now checked out the link that debincal included above with the step-by-step instructions and I have to say that's the best, simplest, talk-you-through-it step-by-step I've seen yet for the beginner. Though geared for AOL users (tells you how to upload your pages to AOL), the steps before that to get your page started are the best.

I also like Boogie Jack's as mentioned by Dave.

Once you learn the basics, be sure to check out the excellent help at the W3C and also Web Design Group. They've helped me clean up my code quite a bit so that most (if not all) browsers can render my pages as expected.

Good luck, and have fun! I was very intimidated at first but stuck with it and I've learned a lot in just a few months.


RE: Step by Step

All these links are great. As Boogie Jack said : I'm all goo goo eyed and ready to go.

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