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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 19 Current radio executives are yelling their final battle cry against Internet radio by saying, "It's not local." The thing that these executives are missing is that local news and information, that radio...
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    • Employee Giving 14 an organizational value of employee giving (Dainton & Zelley, 2005). The end result would then be a basic organizational assumption that employees at SUU donate financially to the University (Schockley-Zalabak, 2006). I also...
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    • Intro to the Internet 109 and Web Page Design ated with this dialog box and change the file type to “All Files.” You should now be able to see all the files in the folder. Important: Whenever you are opening or saving an HTML file, you must first...
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    • 33 the questionnaires truthfully; therefore, a more comprehensive study that included follow-up qualitative measures was needed in order to balance the data. Lastly, conducting a home visit, a qualitative approach, created a window into the lives...
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    • Intro to the Internet 111 and Web Page Design Figure 7.5 make a folder to temporarily store your work on your flash drive and transfer the content to the F: drive later). The web page we are making is based on the informal balance model we learned...
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    • 112 Chapter 7 HTML end. The area in between will be used to enter the other tags and web content. Your Notepad window should now look like Figure 7.6. Note: the first tag wraps to a new line in the example above but you do not need to wrap it in...
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    • Intro to the Internet 113 and Web Page Design 4. In the “File name” box enter the name “index.html” then select “Save.” Since this will be the first (and only) page of our web site, we save it using the name: “index.html.” When you request a web...
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    • 114 Chapter 7 HTML because they form the skeleton or framework of the web page. The and tags define the so-called “header” of the web page. The header generally contains information that is not visible in the browser window. This...
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    • Intro to the Internet 115 and Web Page Design Referring to our rough drawing, you see that the title logo for the page is a graphic image. The tag used to insert an image on the page is: . If the image is located in the same...
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    • 116 Chapter 7 HTML

      Your Notepad page now looks like Figure 7.10 The tag is for making comments to ourselves that do not appear in the browser win-dow. You can place anything in the comment tag. The
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    • In November, 1920 Sarah went to Duncan, Arizona for Thanksgiving and to see her boys again. They had a big family reunion at Edward's home. Heaton said, "For a long time she was determined that we were al1 going to come back to Mexico." She finally...
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    • 118 Chapter 7 HTML 13. Before we look at the page in a browser again, we are going to add the final line of text. Enter the following text below the last
      tag (the “©” causes the copyright symbol to be displayed):
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    • Intro to the Internet 123 and Web Page Design position: relative; left: 10em: } .navbar { position: relative left: 8em; } .footer { position: relative; left: 9em; } Again save and reload. The web page is now about complete (Figure 7.17)....
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    • Intro to the Internet 125 and Web Page Design fonts rather than just one. That way if the font you really want is not available, something else that is acceptable can be used. In current web design, we often use a sans serif font because they...
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    • 126 Chapter 7 HTML This example turns the links on our page green. External CSS Now that we can consider our page complete, lets look at putting our style sheet into a separate document. An external style sheet is especially helpful if you want...
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    • Intro to the Internet 129 and Web Page Design
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    • 130 Chapter 7 HTML Web Colors The following colors are considered web safe. Most browsers will recognize the name of these sixteen colors as well as their hexadecimal code equivalent. When specifying these colors in a tag or style sheet, you can...
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    • Intro to the Internet 133 and Web Page Design Additionally, a selector may have more than one declaration such as the following example: h1 { color: green } h1 { text-align: center } In this case all h1 text is set to be green and centered. But we...
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    • 138 Chapter 8 Web Design With Photoshop Introduction There are several commercial and some freeware applications that may be used to create web documents. Among these applications we find Adobe Photoshop, which can be used not only to prepare...
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    • 142 Chapter 8 Web Design With Photoshop 9. Without some way of reassembling the slices, they are not very useful. So we are going to go back into Photoshop’s “Save for Web & De-vices” menu and change the way the slices are saved. Maximize Photoshop...
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