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Tutorials and Testing

Some Observations
  • When choosing where to put text, You will often want to choose a spot within the box at the center of the page:
    • The very bottom box is for the footer, and whatever you put there will appear on every page.
    • The second box from the bottom appears to be a "bottom of page" box, and it sometimes forces you to take colors or text sizes you might not want.
    • The Top box (the one this is in) is for headings.

      Of course, even with MSN-TV, you can easily change the font size and color to whatever you want, but it takes a little more effort, so you will want to wait till you have learned the font tag.


Below is Tutorial 1:

Most tags come in pairs. There is a beginning tag and an ending one, for instance this is in italics Note that the ending tag has a slash. The two tags are always the same, except that the ending one starts with a slash, and the beginning one does not.

Here is a handy tag, the center tag:

All of the stuff that goes between the center tags
will come out in the center of the user's page.
Notice that we computer people (yes you are one now)
refer to the person who will use a program as the User.
And web designers will often use the same word
for those who view their work on the web

Below is Tutorial 2:

Here is some text in bold that is followed by some text in italics. The things enclosed in the pointy brackets can only be seen inside the edit html window. They are tags, they tell the computer when to begin bold and when to end it, or when to begin italics and when to end it. Almost all tags must have a beginning and an ending or else funny things can happen. One tag that does not need an ending is the

tag that breaks the line. I just used two of them to give me a nice skip to the next line.

Notice, also that Interland puts a div tag at the beginning and end of these little blocks that you enter. Dont mess with those, just leave them there.

now press the hide html button and you will be able to see how it will look.

Below is Tutorial 3:

First, notice that when you look inside the edit-html window, you can see I have lots of nice line breaks and spaces inside of this, but once you put it on the web, no one will see them. Web browsers ignore any line breaks I type here and only pays attention to the break tag:
And they ignore any spaces between words more than one: There are ten spaces between the last two words, but only one show.

The tag below creates a horizontal line:
The next tag is called an anchor and it creates a link: Click Here For Pleasure

However you should also try the button at the bottom of the page, third from the left which is called add a link. If MSN tv lets you use this, then it will be easier. However, the links it creates are always on a line by themselves, links using the anchor tag above, can be placed inside text.


USING THE SITE ORGANIZER

 
A: GETTING INTO THE SITE ORGANIZER:
 
     1. Enter editor
     2. Go to main page
     3. Go to site organizer (first button on left at bottom of screen)
 
B: WHAT YOU SEE INSIDE THE SITE ORGANIZER from left to right:
 
   * Each row represents one page on your site
     1. Page number (this is the order your pages will appear on the bar)
     2. "Move" link (click this to re-arrange the link on the bar)
     3. Little icon that looks like a lock:
           use this to restrict access to the page by password.
     4. Name Of the page:
        Underneath the name are two links:
        - Edit page (same as clicking on that page in the navigation bar!)
        - Page properties:
             * CLICK HERE TO REMOVE PAGE FROM NAVIGATION BAR
             * ALSO:  to change name of the page as it appears to search engines
             * ALSO: click here to change the name of the page in the nav bar
                   
     5. There are other options on each row, but we can get to those later.
 

ADDING / REMOVING  / MOVING
PAGES ON THE NAVIGATION BAR


1. first Add The New Pages you want to add to the site:
 
       a. Go to the site organizer.
       b. Locate the Add-page icon. at the bottom right of the page.
       c. Click on this to create a new page.
           * You will be asked for a page name (search engines will see this)
           * and for a name for the link on the navigation bar
           * Click "DONE" and you will see the new page.
 
 2. Next Remove any pages you don't want from the navigation bar:
 
        a. Go to the site organizer.
        b. Locate the row for the page you want to remove from the navigation bar.
        c. Under the page name in black is a link: "page properties", click on it.
        d. At the very top of the page is where you can change the following:
              * If site is on navigation bar (uncheck box to remove from navigation bar)
              * What the navigation bar link to the page will say
              * Actual Name of page (this is what search engines will see)
              * click "DONE" when finished.
 
 3. Now re-arrange the links on the Navigation Bar:
      
        a. Go to the site organizer
        b. Choose a page whose link you want to move 
        c. The page number next to it shows it's order (left to right) on the bar
        d. click the "MOVE" button on that row
        e. a bunch of "MOVE IT HERE" buttons appear, just click the appropriate one
        f. then do it again with a different page until you are done.
 


ADVANCED: The Font Tag
And this is a bunch of text about nothing in particular. It is just here to show something that might be typed under a heading.



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