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Wednesday, 15 August 2007
advanced mode; preserving backgrounds
Mood:  quizzical
Topic: HTML Questions
Someone recommended that I switch to advanced mode in order to add "sub"titles to my groups of link lists... I must say though that honestly I'm a bit afraid of the advanced mode. I don't know how to add a main image to it...And I am picky about my colors. I'm building my site so it will be easy for a visually-impaired person to see, so I have specific background, text, visited link, etc colors. And I like having one main picture on each page. I don't know all that code... Is there another way? I'm also wondering if I can save backgrounds from documents. For example, I have a poem in a Word document and it has a background and everything the way I want it. But when I saved it to html format, it showed a blank line between each line and that's not how I want it to be. Someone suggested that I just put the text to a notepad file, but then I wouldn't have the background, would I? And I'd like to add a label to the main picture...For example, I'd like to put the words "Quagga zebra, now extinct" just under the picture of a zebra on my homepage. That way blind people would know what the picture is, and people would know this is not a striped horse... Would someone be willing to guide me through the advanced mode? I have a very limited knowledge of code.

Posted by turtlestruebiz at 12:08 AM EDT | Post Comment | View Comments (2) | Permalink | Share This Post

Wednesday, 15 August 2007 - 11:04 AM EDT

Name: "tom"


You will find everything you need on the following resource:


Anything you get stuck on, just post back here.

Good luck! 

Wednesday, 15 August 2007 - 8:38 PM EDT

Name: "anonymous"

create a test page and play with it until you master it. it is easy.

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