It's easy to create new pages
and add them to your web. Open a sample page or another page you
have created and select "save as" and rename it. The
new page should have the layout intact. Change the content or
graphics inside the new page.
Replace the template graphics
with your own graphics created in a graphics editor such as
Photoshop, Paint Shop Pro etc. We've made it easy to change the
header graphic above by providing you with a graphic minus
"YourSite.com." This allows you to use the same
graphic as used above but with your own "Site" info or
company name. Again - you will need to open the graphic with a
graphics editor to make the changes.
Note that some
elements elements that occur on all pages of this site exist as
include pages. You can find these include pages in the
"includes" folder of this web. Here are the
include pages currently in use on this web.
pages are inserted into the main pages in order to allow you to
make global changes to your site or change many pages at the
same time. To do this you must right click on the area you would
like to edit. If it is indeed an include page you will see
something like this in the pop up menu:
c:\ location and name of include page
Or - you can
open the include pages via folders view. Once the file is open -
make the necessary changes and save them. All pages utilizing
the include page should update upon saving.
In folders view, double-click
on multirollover.css. This will open the CSS page. The code
governing the links in the header and in the body will be found
left side navigation bar and would serve well if used in the
footer include file should it require links..
a.body:link controls the body links.
To change the color of the
links - simply make changes to the html color coding such as #ffffff
or #336699. Find the HTML color code for the color of your
choice and insert the number in place of the existing one.
If you wish to remove the
Cascading Style Sheet properties...simply remove the code
calling the sheet in the head section of the include pages as
well as any code associated with it in the body of the include
pages such as <LINK REL=STYLESHEET TYPE="text/css"
</head> and Class="body"
For more information on
Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) consult the following online