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kpearson

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Sorry, but I haven't published it yet. I have been working on it and the only thing holding me back was that I am worried about how the .tifs will work. I will work on adjusting the image size within its page when I get home.
By the way, the webpage creation software is basically point & click. No html involved. I don't know anything about html.
Thanks for everyone's advice.

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I would recommend spending some time at www.w3schools.com and learn the basics of HTML. I started designing websites with "What you see is what you get" software and consistently had problems with the pages displaying properly on other computers. After forcing myself to learn HTML and using a simple text editor I got the results I wanted.

HTML is pretty simple and the W3 Schools page has very clear tutorials. Once you learn the code, you can make sure that your page will look the same to everyone who views it.

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Antelope Valley College
http://avconline.avc.edu/mpesses




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