Creating a Web Page Template

You can think of Web sites as consisting of two kinds of information: the elements that appear on every page in the site, and the elements that are unique to a particular page. When creating a page template, you should include all the information that is common to every page in the site in the template so that you have to create it only once. You can keep any areas in which information will change on every page separate from the static areas by designating separate cells for the changing information.

In this exercise, you will add site-wide information to a Web page to create a template from which you can create other Web pages.

USE the table_template Web page and the tgclogo_sm graphic in the practice file folder for ...

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