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- NEW TO HTML? - - - 
Don't sweat it, there are TONS of tutorials on the web.  To see how easy it is to create an HTML page, click here or click here to learn about the MyWebHelp HTML 101 tutorial.  If you're already a web designer and could use some useful code snippets click here.

- CSS - - -
Cascading can save you a lot of time with formatting on your web.  You can either embed the commands in the code, or reference an external style sheet.  For example here's how to reference an external stylesheet:

<head> tags
<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="main.css">

Here's a link to a great tutorial on CSS at

- SSI - - -
Speaking of huge timesavers especially on navigation stuff  - Here's how....
Name your html file that is drawing the include to .shtml this will work with .htm files too.  (A good way to keep track of your includes is in a 'includes' folder.)  Insert (after you edit the path) the following code on you shtml file wherever you want the content of the include file to show up.  The include file works fine with just partial HTML in it as it's being drawn into an html file that already has all of the necessary tags.  So just put in the file what you want to show up... i.e. a navigation bar.  (This is a HUGE timesaver.)


<!--#include file="../includes/test.htm"-->


<!--#include virtual="../includes/test.htm"-->

Do you know all of this stuff already?  Well, check out the Meta Tags & Titles section, or the Developer Resources section.  When your a web developer, there's always stuff to learn!

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