Earlier today you learned everything you need to know to create a basic Web page, including creating the top-level elements (HTML, HEAD, and BODY), a title, level-one and level-two headings, an introductory paragraph, italic and bold highlighting, hypertext links, a bulleted list, a horizontal rule, an address block, line breaks, and a mailto link (as well as learning about alternatives to using mailto links).
This session is designed to take one to two hours to complete, on average. Feel free, however, to take as much time as you need to complete it. Everyone has a different learning style, so go at your own speed and don't feel rushed to complete a session. This session, in combination with the previous session, introduces you to everything you need to know to create Web pages—from simple pages to more complex pages—that perform a wide range of functions and purposes.
William Arnold is an administrative assistant for the Good Egg Company, which distributes eggs and other egg products in his area. He is also responsible for creating promotional and informational material to be published on the Web and has been charged with the task of creating a Web page on egg facts, tips, and safety issues.