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  1. 1. Web Page Design 101About Lesson 2 Formatting Text
  2. 2. Figure 1
  3. 3. Lesson 2Text EditorTags <html> and </html> Figure 1 start tag end tagText
  4. 4. Let’s Begin with Tags• <html>• </html>• <head>• <title> and </title>• <body> and </body>
  5. 5. Figure 2 Figure 3
  6. 6. Headings<h1>, </h1><h2>, </h2><h3>, </h3><h4>, </h4> Subtitles<h5>, </h5><h6>, </h6> <h1>My Favorite Snack</h1> Figure 2 <h2>Fruit</h2> <h3>oranges</h3> <h3>apples</h3> <h3>peaches</h3> Figure 3
  7. 7. orFigure 4
  8. 8. Hyperlinks• Hyperlinks (or links)• Use images instead of words Next or Figure 4
  9. 9. Editing a Page• Open text editor (Notepad)• Save the page with .htm file name extension
  10. 10. Things to Consider• Updating the Web page• What pages will you include?• Design lay out and style• Set up structures, columns