The example files will be automatically extracted to a MyHTML folder. You can select to extract this folder to any location you choose. Windows users can extract the MyHTML folder to their My Documents folder and Macintosh users can extract the MyHTML folder to their Desktop, for instance. You should use this folder as your working folder.
The main thing to keep in mind is that any examples you create in this book must be saved in the same folder (the MyHTML folder) in order for the example graphics to show up when you preview your work in your browser.
For this weekend, you will primarily be saving the HTML files you create to the same folder (MyHTML), and opening any example files you will be using from the same folder. Doing it this way is easier for novice users and will help make sure that any files you save are saved in the right folder.
When you get around to developing your own Web site, however, you may want to break up your site into more than one folder, to better organize your site. Later in this book, you will learn how to link between Web pages and other files in multiple folders.