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Add Code, If You Like

There may be times when the software just doesn’t quite do what you want it to. Part of this may be the limitations of web design, and part of it may be the limitations of the software itself. All of the web authoring software packages have a way for you to add code yourself, if you know how and so choose. In some packages you can add it right to the source code. In others you’ll find a command called something like “Raw HTML,” “extra HTML,” or “script.” On pages 286–287 you’ll find directions for adding some easy HTML code to enhance your pages.

If you don’t want to deal with it, don’t. But if you know HTML and want to add code, the option is there. And if you want to learn more about HTML, get Elizabeth Castro’s books, Creating a Web Page with HTML: Visual QuickProject Guide, and/or HTML for the World Wide Web: Visual QuickStartGuide, both from Peachpit Press.

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