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To Save an HTML File
With the HTML code for the structure code and menu table added, the golf.html
file should be saved. For this Web page, the end body </body> and end HTML </html>
tags will be added later.
With a USB drive plugged into the computer, click File on the menu bar and then click
Save As. Type golf.html in the File name text box.
If necessary, click USB (G:) (or the drive where you store your data files) in the Save in list.
Double-click the Chapter04 folder and then double-click the ChapterFiles folder in the list
of available folders. Click the Save button in the Save As dialog box (Figure 4-27).
other edited files
remain open
new file saved as
HTML code copied
and pasted from
oceanside.html file
Figure 4-27
Determine what styles are needed for the second Web page.
Prior to adding more code to the Golf Web page, think through what styles you have de-
fined and determine if there is anything in this Web page that needs to differ from the ex-
ternal style sheet. Any differences can be inserted as a formatting attribute, an inline style,
or as an embedded style sheet that will override the styles defined in the external style
Review the table formatting in the external style sheet to see if it is appropriate for
this page. Borderless tables are often appropriate when the tables are used to position
text and image elements. In other instances, such as when a table is used to structure
columns and rows of information, borders are appropriate.
Identify any other styles that may need to be applied to tables on this page
. It
is important to make your tables clear enough that users can easily identify the
information that they need. You may want to start with the basic table format and
add options as necessary.
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