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25 Ensalada.. 95 .. 25 .... Rice.. Are you ready to begin building your Web page by adding text? This chapter shows you how to add different types of text elements to a document. qxp 5/19/08 3:42 PM Page 34 Create a New Paragraph You can use paragraph tags to start new paragraphs in an HTML document. In a word processing program, you press Enter or Return to separate blocks of text. Web browsers do not read these line breaks. Instead, you must insert a
tag in your HTML any time you want to start a new paragraph in your Web page.
7 Click Open. l The Open dialog box displays the path and name of the file. 5 6 8 In the Open dialog box, click OK. 7 The Web browser displays the page. l The title information appears here. l The body information appears here. l The location of the HTML file appears here. If you make changes to the HTML of the page that is displayed in the browser, you can click to refresh the page and view the changes. Does it matter what browser I use to view the pages I’m building? No. All popular Web browsers are set up to view HTML pages that you have saved on your computer, also known as offline Explore r pages.
For multiple keywords, use a comma followed by a space to separate the keywords. 0 Press . ADD A COPYRIGHT ! Type , replacing 2008 with your own numbers or copyright information. # Press ! @ . The metadata is now a part of the HTML document. How do I add the name of the program I used to design my page to the metadata information? To specify an authoring program, type . Substitute the name of your program for the text Program Name.