| The First newsletter showed how quickly and easily one
could produce a newsletter. This issue, the Second, will talk about how
and why to save it in an archive for anyone's future use. In addition
since this First Volume of the newsletter is devoted to helping people
get started in anything/something we have things in that vain as well.|
Now if you really are a do-it-yourselfer and this baby step by baby step pace is not your bag, hey by all means let's look at that. I am showcasing five banners here, all from the same outfit. For those in need to get acquainted to the HTML, I benefit you by the reminder
This site has free membership. It is a site that showcases sites that showcase Ebooks and other things. The reason I put this out while asking if you are a
do-it-yourselfer is because included with membership here is a rather large and useful bonus pack and you can dig in to this as fast as you want. You may do well with this, however you are always welcome back just as the prodigal son. Try it your way as often as you like, you might actually come up with something better which is the whole point.
Now on to the task of having this newsletter issue archived for everyone's future reference. I will go the the tripod file manager,
#1 copied the declaration
<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN">
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8">
#2 Click on the "New" box and paste
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1">
already there so I'll use that instead and I'll clean up the rest of the meta tags there. These statements are important to tell the browser how to read the file.
I open the file of the first newsletter and copy.
#3 I paste and tidy up then "Save As" vIno1, this goes in the main directory and I realize I want this in a folder called vol1 so the next step is create a folder. To do that I must go out of the editor and back up in the file Manager, then click "New Directory". Now put a check in the box for that file and click "Move".
#4 Just hit the radio button for the new folder and click "Move" again. All that is left is to Preview it. Looks real nice nothing went wrong.
#5 This is optional, well on second thought not really since teaching the HTML is a focus here so it is NOT optional. I go to this site called W3C, they run a free service called the Validator
Use it, learn it the best you can. That's it.
As before, communicate to me by replying to this e-mail account or at firstname.lastname@example.org and to alert me to discontinue,
reply to this e-mail here and put Remove in the subject box.
The code that makes this link is:
<a href="mailto:email@example.com?subject=Remove">and put Remove</a>