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Creating the Description of the Bookstore Now you come to the first descrip-
tive subheading on the page, which you've added already. This section gives a descrip-
tion of the bookstore. After the heading (shown in the first line of the following
example), I've arranged the description to include a list of features to make them stand
out from the text better:
<a name=”about”><h2> About the Bookworm Bookshop </h2></a>
<p> Since 1933, The Bookworm Bookshop has offered
rare and hard-to-find titles for the discerning reader.
The Bookworm offers: </p>
<li> Friendly, knowledgeable, and courteous help </li>
<li> Free coffee and juice for our customers </li>
<li> A well-lit reading room so you can “try before you buy” </li>
<li> Four friendly cats: Esmerelda, Catherine, Dulcinea and Beatrice </li>
Add a note about the hours the store is open and emphasize the actual numbers:
<p> Our hours are <strong> 10am to 9pm </strong> weekdays,
<strong> noon to 7 </strong> on weekends. </p>
Then, end the section with links to the table of contents and the top of the page, followed
by a horizontal rule to end the section:
<p><a href=”#contents”> Back to Contents </a> | <a href=”#top”> Back to Top </a></p>
<hr />
Figure 7.16 shows you what the About the Bookworm Bookshop section looks like in a
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