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Active Server Pages 3.0 from Scratch by Nicholas Chase

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What You're Shooting For

Now that you're ready to start adding content, take another look at where you're going. You're going to get as close as possible to Jay's simpler design with your currently limited skills. (As you go along, you get a lot closer.)

First you need to get your graphics together. Open the Chapter 2 directory, and drag the images folder to the home directory for your Web server, or, if you already have an images folder, copy the contents into it.

Next you start adding images to your page, starting with the logo at the top of the page. Replace the text header with the image of your logo (see Listing 2.3).

Code Listing 2.3. index.asp: Adding the logo
 1: <HTML> 2: <HEAD> 3: <TITLE>Primary Outpost</TITLE> 4: </HEAD> 5: <BODY> ...

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