Creating Web Pages with FrontPage 

 A Guide for CyberCamp 

Before we begin--

Let us download an image onto a disc.     Later, we will insert this computer image onto our Web page.

How to start FrontPage

How to create a title for your Web page.

How to create a subtitle How to create a paragraph

A Web page is a publishing instrument that is used to post a single unit of information that is available via the World Wide Web.  A Web page can be longer than one computer screen and can be on more than one piece of papar when it is printed out.

How to spell check a document How to create a link to another Web page

Let us create a link to the Howard University Libraries Web page.  First, move the cursor to the end of the paragraph, hit the  Enter key twice, and type the following:

 The Founders Library is the main library at Howard University.   

 Highlight The Founders Library in the above sentence by depressing the left mouse button,  dragging the cursor over the name, then releasing the mouse.  You are now ready to  create a link to the resources on  the Howard University Libraries homepage.

How to color the background of your Web page How to insert an image onto your Web page How to change the position of the image on your Web page How to write text next to your image How to save your work. How to reopen a document that you saved in Compose.
For this exercise, your Web page should  look like this when you finish (except that the background should be in the background color that you chose):

 

    Creating Web Pages with FrontPage

  A Guide for CyberCamp

What is a Web page?

A Web page is a publishing instrument that is used to post a single unit of information that is available via the World Wide Web.  A Web page can be longer than one computer screen and can be on  more than one piece of paper when it is printed out.

The Founders Library is the main library at Howard University.


   This computer is the logo for the CyberCamp session on creating Web pages.