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From .net issue 71 Your first Web site: Part 8 Are you ready to upload your site and unveil it to the big wide world? Karl Hodge explains how to get your finished creation on to the Web. From .net issue 70 Your first Web site: Part 7 Now you've added text, graphics and links to your pages, the next step is to check that your document works. Karl Hodge shows you how to polish up your page. From .net issue 69 Your first Web site: Part 6 Buttons and image maps: Polish up your knowledge of how to place pictures in a page with a crash course in image mapping and hyperlinking with graphics.
From .net issue 68 Your first Web site: Part 5 Adding structure: Now that you know how to put a page together, it's time to use that expertise to create a fully fledged site. Karl Hodge is the man with a plan... From .net issue 67 Your first Web site: Part 4 Laying out pages: Now's the time to bring the text and the images together and lay out your site using tables. Karl Hodge has the know how.
From .net issue 66 Your first Web site: Part 3 Working with bitmaps: Get to grips with great graphics for your Web site. Karl Hodge is the man with the virtual paintbrush.
From .net issue 65 Your first Web site: Part 2 Fonts and text formatting: Create your first Web page without a line of code and add a more complex layout. Plus: More top tips for FrontPage Express From .net issue 64 Your first Web site: Part 1 Drag and drop Web building: If the mere mention of HTML makes you shiver, we've got the cure. Here's how to make your first web page without a line of code. Plus: Top tips for FrontPage Express. From .net issue 52 Build your own Web site Part 4: Finishing touches Now you've built your on-line plot, make sure it's going to bring in a good harvest. In the last of a four part series. Seb Duggan adds the finishing touches. From .net issue 51 Build your own Web site Part 3: Creating graphics You've planned your content, played with HTML and you've selected a colour scheme. Next, Seb Duggan shows you how to add some graphical spice.