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07-15-2003, 11:34 AM #1
Formatting with Html
I am new to Html. I used to use a pagebuilder but my site looked to basic. I don't know how to format it with Html. I want my site to look like this http://www.geocities.com/island_thunder13/ywun.html but when I use my Html code it looks like this http://www.geocities.com/island_thunder13/ywun2.html
I want my text to be on the right and my image to be on the left, right next to each other. I already have a script for my menu nav I will put in later.
Here is my script
<font size=3 face=Rainbow6 color=green>
<p align=right>Welocme to my Ghost Recon Island Thunder and Raven Shield site! You will also find Ghost Recon original and some Xbox Live!</p><br>
<p align=right>You will find more on Rainbow Six 3: Raven Shield when closer to release date. You can still check out the Raven Shield section.</p><br>
<p align=right>Ghost Recon has awsome Live play most people who have it would tell you the same. Although some may complain about spawn camping. Spawn camping is when one ore more people go near the other teams spawn zone and everytime some one dies then respawns that person shoots them. And this happens over and over again until you kill that person. I find fun(sometimes) and its not cheap I do it to. Your supposed to protect your spawn zone.</p><br>
<p align=left><img src="gritx_14.jpg">
07-15-2003, 12:01 PM #2
First and foremost, if you are new to html I would suggest you take a course or buy
a book with examples to understands the constructs of html. Even use this website for
quick overview of html.
Secondly, the website you were referring about
uses frames. They are quite powerful if used accordingly. Not all website need frames either.
It depends on the design and organization of pages and the experience you are looking for.
I don't work for this website, but this site does
provide a great tutorial and examples on the constructs and usage of frames.
07-15-2003, 12:05 PM #3
07-15-2003, 02:46 PM #4
Indeed, job one, at the least go grab the SAMS Teach Yourself HTML in 21 Days book if you're serious.
This book covers all of the html basics and it was my first book some 5 years plus ago.
Attack by focusing on the attributes of the image tag (align= width= height= ,etc.) and/or learn how to place your image inside a table that resides within the first line of the text that you're attempting to get the image to align to the left or right of.
07-15-2003, 03:20 PM #5
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