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Introducing Web Tables
You meet with Kyle in his offi ce at KPAF to discuss the design of the new Web site. Kyle
already has created a basic Web page displaying the KPAF logo and a list of links to
other pages and to upcoming shows. Open this fi le now.
To open the KPAF Web page:
1. In your text editor, open the schedtxt.htm and kpaftxt.css files, located in the
tutorial.05\tutorial folder. Enter your name and the date in the comment sec-
tion of each file. Save the files as schedule.htm and kpaf.css , respectively, in the
same folder.
2. Review the schedule.htm file in your text editor to become familiar with its con-
tent and structure. Insert the following link element directly above the closing
</head> tag:
<link href=”kpaf.css” rel=”stylesheet” type=”text/css” />
3. Save your changes to the file and then open the schedule.htm file in your Web
browser. Figure 5-1 shows the current appearance of the Web page.
Figure 5-1
Initial nightly schedule page
insert Web
table contai ning
schedule here
4. Go to the kpaf.css style sheet in your text editor. Review the styles and compare
them to the elements contained within the schedule.htm file to fully understand
Kyle's design for the schedule page.
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