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    what exactly is is FTP and CSS?How do you work flash on webpages,and can you get it free?Does anyone know where you can get a trial of paint shop pro(besides jasc.com)?

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    Lotsa questions!

    Hiya Loved. Right, one at a time..

    FTP stands for File Transfer Protocol. Its the way we upload webpages to webhosts, so they can be accessed on the internet. Find lots of free FTP programs here -

    http://www.download.com


    CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheets. They are the way we set formatting rules for our webpages. HTML is for content, CSS is for structure. Find a basic CSS tutorial here -

    http://css.somepeople.net

    Paint Shop, I got my trial copy (which I decided not to keep, btw) from the CD on the front of a PC magazine. You may want to try those.

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    Oops, forgot flash!

    You build a flash object using a program like Flash5 (http://www.macromedia.com).

    You then embed the object in your html page, and the clients flash-plugin plays the object.

    The Macromedia site has tons of links to tutorials and stuff. have fun.
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