There are many good reasons for building a web page but it is important that your goals are clear. Your objectives should drive the content and the design of your site. Many people build home pages as a hobby, purely for their own personal development. Others build them to promote business, social, cultural, humanitarian, or business objectives.
Knowledge of web page development can help you in your career. Many businesses today have their own corporate Intranet sites, which are simply internal Internet systems used to share corporate information. The ability to communicate electronically is a valuable skill to employers.
So, you want to build a website! Well, you've come to the right place. This site explains in very simple terms how to design, build and publish a website. If you haven't done it before, Internet publishing can appear rather daunting. In fact, it is not difficult at all.
There is very little you require to build a website and everything you need is available free on the Internet. In other words, you don't need to spend huge sums of money purchasing expensive software packages, programming manuals or web server space. You just need to know where to start.
Shopping online for cheap ink or toner--how hard could it be? I’m not talking about buying third-party options--the refill kits and remanufactured ink cartridges that WEbpromax’s Serial Refiller has tried. I shop for the vendor’s own ink or toner cartridges, because I'm trying to get representative selling prices for the consumables of a specific printer I'm reviewing. I go online, I check a handful of major retailers, and I'm done. When I delved a little deeper recently, however, I found that the best price wasn't always the best deal.
Conceptually, I like Circles. I understand the simple logic of segregating contacts based upon my real life relationships, or the level of personal information I am comfortable sharing with various groups. But, the actual interface of dragging and dropping contacts into different circles? Yeah--I'm over that.First, I'll point out an anomaly I have noticed with the Circles numbers. I have 126 different contacts organized into one or more Google+ Circles. If I click on the Circles icon at the top of Google+ and view my Circles, it says "People in your circles (126)".
Scrolling marquees are a fun way to enhance the overall visual appeal of your webpage. Including one literally adds visual movement to any webpage. Though having some knowledge for writing HTML codes is helpful, you do not need an extensive understanding to add fun marquees to your webpage. You can also customize each marquee by changing the direction and speed, as well as font size and colors. You can even add a background color to your marquee to add an extra splash of color to your webpage.
Highlight, copy and paste this basic HTML scrolling marquee code into your webpage in the exact spot you want your marquee to be placed:
The default font color in this code is black.
JSP allows you to embed snippets of the Java programming language into HTML tags to create interactive content. HTML pages are static in that each time a user loads the page, the content will appear the same. JSP allows for dynamic content to be added to HTML pages, so that each time the user reloads the page, the content changes. For example, we will go through a sample where every time a user reloads the page, the date and time are changed automatically to reflect the current date and time.
Difficulty: Moderately Challenging
Things You'll Need
If you have HTML comments disabled on your MySpace page, you likely turned off this feature at some point because you didn't want those flashy animations and wallpaper-sized graphics clogging up your page. But if your friends are nagging you to re-enable it, there is a way to enable HTML comments and limit the size in which they appear. That way, your friends can post their cute, colorful graphics, while you can still maintain some control over the look of your page.
Enabling HTML Comments
Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) is a computer language that is used to create web pages. Websites and web pages are written in HTML code. Whether you are setting up a personal web page or a business web page, learning HTML code can be very beneficial. Knowing how to use the codes can help you manipulate your page settings. HTML documents contain plain text and have the extension .html or .htm extension. You can define the width and height of your image on your page. Viewers can view your webpage more quickly because the web browser will not have to calculate the size of the image and the page will load more quickly.
Determine the size of your image. You can determine this by using an image editing program.
Write down the width and height of your image.
Start your word processor or text editor that you will use to create your web page.
Need a fancy email signature with all of your social networking information? The Mail application on your Mac doesn't provide an easy solution to adding html to your email signature but it can be done with a few easy steps.
Things You'll Need
The first thing that you need to do is create your email signature using HTML. Open your favorite editor and design your signature. You can do just about anything you like however I would highly recommend laying your signature out in a table to keep everything nicely spaced. You can get a great start by using a template provided by one of your social networks. I based mine off of a template on LinkedIn. Make sure you save your file with an html extension.
Creating an HTML signature for emails in Lotus Notes 7 lets you customize the signature attached to all of your emails. HTML signatures are helpful because they let you use formatting like bold, underlined and italicized text. Additionally, HTML allows you to embed images stored on the web in your emails, which can be helpful if there is a particular image that your company wants included in all email signatures. In addition to HTML email signatures, Lotus Notes also supports plain-text signatures and standalone image files.
Difficulty: Moderately Easy
Things You'll Need
Notepad (for Windows users)
TextEdit (for Mac OS X users)
Lotus Notes 7
Create an HTML signature. Open a text editing program like Notepad in Windows or TextEdit in Mac OS X. When creating your HTML signature, remember to open and close the HTML tags you use. Common tags include and , to format bold text, and , to format italic text and and to format underlined text. Use
without a subsequent closing tag to insert a break between lines.
Once you create the signature, open the File menu and select Save As. The file may saved anywhere on the hard drive.