Practice Website #2
Well, it's time for another fascinating demonstration of the useful material which you have learned. To avoid making things extremely complicated, I've confined everything to a single page, so the links may not be too impressive. This one will be dedicated to the many varieties of cheese; sadly, that's the best I could come up with.
<TITLE> The National Cheese Education and Resource Center </TITLE>
<BODY bgcolor = "#FFCC00">
<p align = "center"><font size = "5">The Wonderful World of Cheeses</font></p>
<li><a name = "history"></a><a href = "#history2">The History of Cheese</a></li>
<li><a name = "types"></a><a href = "#types2">Types of Cheese</a></li>
<li><a name = "links"></a><a href = "#links2">Cheese-related links</a></li>
<img src = "http://www.kraft.com/images/products/mc_bkg_mc.gif">
<p><a name = "history2"></a><a href = "#history"><font size = "4">History</font></a>
<p>Many thousand years ago, a caveman named Bob found something which resembled an orange rock, upon eating it, he found that it tasted better than most stones.
<p><a name = "types2"></a><a href = "#types"><font size = "4">Types</font></a>
<p>There are many types of cheese from many different sources; there is
<li>llama cheese</li> </ul>
I believe the latter is outlawed in most civilized countries.
<p><a name = "links2"></a><a href = "#links"><font size = "4">Links</font></a>
<p><a href="http://www.cheese.com"> Go Here for all your cheese needs!</a>
That's it, save your file with the .htm extension and load it in a browser. If you created it right, the page should look something like this:
If it doesn't look like the picture above, perhaps you should invest time in a "Copying Words Directly from One Place to Another" class. I hope this interactive web page-making experience has enhanced your knowledge of HTML, cheese, and the world in general. If you feel you've learned all you need, continue on to Lesson 6: Tables and Forms.
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