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Setting up Coffee Cup's FREE html Editor

Howdy This video from the CoffeeCup Website takes you through the steps to set up Your website project(s), For our Class the Your "Master-website" Folder on your computer. After you have copied the "YourWeb-site" Folder to your USB drive, and renamed it.  Watch the video and follow the steps. When you are done with the video the Editor's MY Website Tab, Local Disk, should look like this.


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Week 5 -- Review

Making Web Pages and a Web SiteNow you know that making a web page and a web site involves many different things...Having a good Web Editor really helps. I hope you have found the free Coffee Cup HTML editor useful.Web Page Layout Using CSSCSS layout uses the "Box Model" to "contain" the major parts of a web page.But, just because we call it the box model, doesn't mean that a web page has to look


Week 3 Review -- Building Menus

Now that we have finished building the banner for a web page (Banner Tutorial) we need to add our Navigation Menus. On the web page that we are building, we are now ready to add the menus. You can start, as we did in class, using the menus generated by Ian Lloyd's "List-o-matic" at accessify.com. You can choose Horizontal Menus or vertical menus. I added both to the following web page. To see


Week 2 Review -Building a Web Page

1. Some Simple Rules Before we begin we need to follow the "rules" for xhtml (Formatting your content)and Styling the content with CSS The Basic xhtml RulesPlease read about the basic xhtml rules on the class website The Basic CSS RulesPlease read about the basic CSS rules on the class website 2. Building A Web Page - The BannerI put together a step by step tutorial, it begins by building your


Week 2 Review -Preparing and using Images

The use of images and background graphics on a web page can make a big difference on how the page stands out and shines. Images can be placed on a web page using the image tag, or as a  CSS "background-image" In order for a web page to "load" quickly the images need to be reduced to the 'size' they are used on the page. If you are not working with an artist/graphics person, you'll need to make


Week 2 Review -Links

Links are what makes the internet work, interactive. You can link to web documents, such as other web pages, pdf files, photographs, graphics videos and so on. You can Bookmark, or link to different locations on a web page using an index, especially useful if you have a long web page the "goes below the fold" with different sections or chapters. You can, with a link trigger and e-mail client (


Week 1: Tip Turn on extensions in Windows XP, Vista and Win7 AND Macs too!

Howdy Almost forgot.  It's important that you know the extension of your files, especially for your graphics, photos and movies. Mac and Windows OS's by default hide the 3 letter file extension for all files... You need to know what they are as the extensions are part of the filename and is needed by ALL browsers so they knows what to do with the file... Here's how you set that up On Windows


Week 1: Setting Up the Free Coffee Cup HTML Editor

Howdy This video from the CoffeeCup Website takes you through the steps to set up Your website project(s), For our Class the Your "Master-website" Folder on your computer. After you have copied the "YourWeb-site" Folder to your USB drive, and renamed it.  Watch the video and follow the steps. When you are done with the video the Editor's MY Website Tab, Local Disk, should look like this...


Week 1: Homework

Howdy Step1:  Setting up our work environment Install at least 3 browsers, Internet Explorer, Firefox and Chrome (You might also consider Safari and Opera) Install CoffeeCups Free HTML Editor, you can download it from CoffeeCup's Website Install a text Editor, Notepad2, or Komodo Edit Install ftp software FileZilla Step 2: Setting up your Master "Local" website  From the Class CD Copy the