is a good time to take a tour of the Microvision web site.
They have provided tutorials and resources for Web Express that
will get you off to a good start.
is the first page that visitors will see when they come to your
site. Typically you will see
welcome or title banner
image that reflects the theme or season of your web site or web page
to your other web pages
are only a couple of basics that you want to keep in mind while
building your web pages
everyone enables images when they surf the internet, so it is
advisible to have text links in addition to any buttons or bullets
that you may use have your visitors navigate your site,
Typically you will see "Back", "Home" and
"Next" buttons used, which nice, but, do include text
links at the bottom of each page.
do not need to be redundant and put a banner with the name of your
site on each page. But, do give the page a banner or text with
the name of the page your visitor is viewing. You can always
put the name of your web site at the bottom of each page.
there is anything on your web site that you did not
create or own, then make sure you get the rightful owners permission
and give credit where credit is due, by posting the name and/or the
URL to their web site.
mindful of the size of images that you are using for your web site,
the larger they are, the more web space they use. Use your web space
wisely and remember that the larger the image the longer that it
takes to load for viewing.
Express is a WYSIWYG editor. When you choose a function from
within Web Express it is writing the HTML code and you can view that
code anytime from View>In Notepad.
Web Express has many templates in the program, it is still of the
opinion that you learn to master tables and the ability to create
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