Feb Days

Go to: websites.beonair.com/[put the user name I sent you here]

And put in your user name and log in.

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Now that you’re logged in…click “add content.”

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Then click “basic page.”
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Title it “About Me” and write 2-3 paragraphs about yourself.

DO NOT publish yet.

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Ok, now it’s time to start adding some code.

The way that code works is that you have to start and end a piece of code. So, if you start the code, then stop it.

I am teaching you to build websites.

To bold build websites

You need to add the bold code to the start and end

I teach you to <strong>build websites</strong>.

Now, switch to “full html.”

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Then, hit “provide a menu link.”

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Then hit “save.”

Now, hit “edit” from your published page, and we can keep adding HTML.
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Now, let’s add two very simple commands.

Italics: (Start with <em> and end with </em>).

So, to make a sentece that says I like the Chicago Bulls

the HTML code is:

I like the <em>Chicago Bulls</em>.

Now…the next thing we need to do is add a page break between paragraphs.

Go ahead and put this in between each paragraph. Get in the habit now, as this will matter later.

This is my first paragraph.
<p>

This is my second paragraph.

Now, let’s add a heading, and a sub-heading.

To start the top of the page, you want to create a headline that’s the biggest.

Use the code <h1>

<h1>About Me</h1>

Then, add a second headline (a sub-heading), with the command <h2>

<h2>Broadcasting Experience</h2>

Ok, one more thing before the weekend.

We’re going to add a link out to text.

For example, to create this:

Check out this story on the new PS4.

You need to first type the sentence.

Check out this story on the new PS4.

Now, copy this code, and put it in where you want to link text out:

Check out this story on <a href=”url“>Link text</a>

The first thing we need to do is replace “url” with the URL to the story, which you can copy from your browser bar.

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So, it looks like this.

Check out this story on <a href=”http://www.forbes.com/sites/quora/2013/06/14/which-next-gen-console-will-you-buy-ps4-xbox-one-or-wiiu-2/”&gt;Link text</a>

Now, put your original text in place of “Link text” which in this case is “the new PS4.”

Check out this story on <a href=”http://www.forbes.com/sites/quora/2013/06/14/which-next-gen-console-will-you-buy-ps4-xbox-one-or-wiiu-2/”>the new PS4</a>.

The result should be:
Check out this story on the new PS4.

<strong>

</strong>

<em>

</em>

<h1>

</h1>

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