Vance's e-Zguide "10 steps to creating simple HTML files" Step 10 Centering objects and drawing lines
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Try it: Compare step 9 with this page.

Concept: Center text and images and draw a line across the page


What's coming: OK, you've got to the end of this tutorial. You could start over, or you could go on to see how to start documents in Word or expand on them in Word. Personally I use Hot Metal Pro as my HTML editor. Dreamweaver is also popular. You can see a complete list on my webpage which I'll link here ...

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Last updated: February 22, 2001 in Hot Metal Pro 6.0