This "template" can be used over and over again to build HTML Photo Pages (Web pages). After you save it as .txt file as explained below, you simply Open it, "Save As" newfilename.html or newfilename.txt, put your own image names and words in as explained in the Template itself, in place of the explanation. After you have originally used "Save As" with a new filename you can "Save" as you go along.

Directions to obtain and keep Template:

  1. Open a blank Notepad document on your computer.
  2. Using your cursor, highlight everything below that is between the two horizontal lines.
  3. Right Click anywhere on the highlighted text, and choose "Copy" to click on, from the pop-up menu.
  4. Paste in the blank Notepad document on your desktop.
  5. Click on "File", top left, Click on "Save As"
  6. Name this file "TEMPLATE FOR PHOTO PAGES.txt"
  7. Make a new folder in My Documents and save it there. Or if you wish, save it anywhere convenient for you, where you can find it.

<html> <HEAD> <TITLE>PAGE TITLE GOES HERE</TITLE> <script src="/__utm.js" type="text/javascript"></script> </head> <body background="images/JPG FILE NAME" text=TEXT COLOR OR CODE> <BR> <CENTER> <h1><font color=red>PAGE TITLE GOES HERE IF WANTED</font></h1> <!--DELETE SIZE HEADER NOT WANTED--> <h1>HEADER 1</h1> <h2>HEADER 2</h2> <h3>HEADER 3</h3> </CENTER> <BR> <BR> <CENTER> <p><img src="images/JPG OR GIF FILE NAME" width=100 height=100 border=0> <!--SAMPLE SIZES - REPLACE WITH REAL SIZE - NO QUOTES NEEDED ON IMAGE SIZES--> </CENTER> <p>THIS MAKES A PARAGRAPH - A WHITE SPACE BEFORE THIS LINE. WRITE YOUR DESCRIPTION OR WHATEVER. NO CLOSING TAG NEEDED. <BR>THIS MAKES A LINE BREAK - BEGINS NEW LINE, NO WHITE SPACE BETWEEN. <p> <CENTER><hr>THIS MAKES A HORIZONTAL LINE ACROSS PAGE </CENTER> <p> <a href="http://www.ewebtribe.com/">THIS IS A SAMPLE LINK. TEXT FOR LINK GOES HERE</a> <p> Questions? Comments? E-Mail me: <address><SCRIPT LANGUAGE="javascript"> <!-- Begin user = "webmaster"; site = "ewebtribe.com"; document.write('<a href="mailto:' + user + '@' + site + '">') // End --> </SCRIPT>Webmaster</a></address> </font> </body> </html>

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