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Now it gets fun!

First lets get the body started.

Change: <body> to:
<BODY background="images/bg_grad.jpg" text="black" link="#660000" vlink="#660000" alink="red">
This sets a gradient background image (the file is in your "images" folder), uses black text, makes the links on the page a dark red, makes the visited links the same color and the active link red.
Now paste this code under the <--Start your work here --> tag:
( HINT: In IE You can triple click in the middle of the code to highlite then copy )

<TABLE BORDER="0" CELLPADDING="10" CELLSPACING="0" WIDTH="640" BGCOLOR="#ffffff" align="center">
<TD align="left" bgcolor="#6a0909" valign="middle" width="70%">
<strong><font color="#DF8D13" size="7">My First page </font></strong>
<td align="center" valign="top" bgcolor="white" width="30%"><img src="images/palmtree.gif"></TD>
Explanation -
<TABLE> Starts a table. When you place the following inside of that tag it tells the table how to take form: BORDER: Sets width of border around table cells. CELLPADING: Sets amount of space between a cell's border and its contents. CELLSPACING: Sets amount of space between table cells. WIDTH: Sets width of table — in pixels or as a percentage of document width. BGCOLOR: Sets Background color inside the table. and ALIGN: Sets alignment (left, center, or right)
<TR> Sets off each row in a table
<TD> Sets off each cell in a row, you can have several cells.
<strong>Tells the <font> to go bold, then after your info close the </font> tag followed by closing the  </strong> tag and close the cell with </TD>
<TD> Starts a new cell in tha same row
<img src=> Inserts a picture the close the cell with </TD>
Now close the row with </TR> and finaly the table with </TABLE>
Now paste this code right under the </TABLE> tag at the end of the code you just made:
<TABLE BORDER="0" CELLPADDING="10" CELLSPACING="0" WIDTH="640" align="center">
<TD align="left" valign="middle" width="70%">
<b><center><font color="#6a0909" size="+2"><i>You can make a catchy tag line here...</i></font></center></b>
Explanation  - Just like aboove, we make another table to go under the first one. Notice the use of percentages for cell width.

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