I do believe that I have never said this before:

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A Jerz assignment was easy!!!!!!!! And I thought creating web pages would be hard. Thanks to microsoft word, anyone can create a web page. Everything created in a MS Word document, even charts and graphs, can be instantly converted into html code. There's hardly any hand-coding involved. Just by googling, I found out how to change the background color of the web page and add pictures.

and I thought computers were evil


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The only problem I had was with steps 22-24. I could always see the bold text.

So here it is, my webpage, in all it's splendor and glory. web page.htm

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Good for you, Dani!

Jed Fetterman said:

The code seems easy enough, but I get the nagging feeling that I will find some way to screw things up. I started reading the Castro text, and there is a lot of typing to do just to get a picture and the heading to work. It is going to require much vigilance.

Daniella Choynowski said:

I couldn't get past page 13. It turns out the quotation marks were wrong (?!). grrr...

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