Before we get
to some serious business, let's get ready by creating
the files and folders we need, and open the necessary
A. Find a location
on your hard drive that you want to use as the root
of your website html pages, images and additional related
files. In that folder, create a sub folder called images.
You should always use a sub folder for your image files
and don't just dump them in with the html files. Try
to keep things organized now so that you're not scratching
your head later on when you try to clean things up.
B. Once your image sub folder is ready
to go, create a new text document in your root folder
and name it ‘index.html’.
You can right-click within the folder to create a new
text document right on the spot.
3.1 - Creating a new Text document:
3.2 - Your images sub folder and index.html file ready
you’re ready to go! I will now open the
index.html file in Dreamweaver
and the layout.jpg
file in Corel
Photopaint and get down to business.
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