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Have you ever sat down at your computer and wondered how web pages are made Web pages appear as though they would be hard to make but they are actually quick and simple to build There are two basic ways to build a web page One way is through a program that can be downloaded called CuteHTML CuteHTML can be downloaded from downloadcom or 32bitcom The program itself is built out of HTML or Hyper Text Makeup Language After the program is downloaded the first thing to do is register a domain name such as youremailaddress50megscom The next step to is to come up with an idea of what is going to be on the web page Once the CuteHTML program is opened there is a list of HTML codes that need to be memorized in order to create the sight For example some text may need centered at the top of the page The HTML code align centertextalign center will need to be typed in order for it to be placed in the position wanted Pictures are very common on web pages and can very easily be added A scanner will be needed if using photographs instead of computer generated images However a simple page can be made much better by either buying or downloading graphics programs such as Banner Maker Pro or Adobe Photoshop They do not take up much space on the hard drive so it is worth it to download them instead of buying them These programs are used to create graphics from scratch The user can choose to make a graphic whatever size color or shape that is wanted Flashing or animated images also gather attention Previously made images can be turned into animated images by entering codes from the new programs around the graphic on the web page Scrolling text across the page often makes it more intriguing This can be achieved by downloading a Java Script program and
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