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Shortcuts for Page Design
By: KC Morgan
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  • Shortcuts for Page Design
  • Templates
  • Design Tools
  • Design Codes

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    Shortcuts for Page Design - Templates

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    Webquest offers several basic templates for PC and Mac users. This site offers very simple, uncluttered designs.

    Web Page Design


    You'll find many page design tools and features on Web Page Design, including free, downloadable templates.

    Free Web Templates


    As the name suggests, this site offers a bevy of free design templates to make building your site a cinch. This site also boasts many other tools and features to help you build a better site.

    Templates Box


    Template Box (pictured above) offers a huge list of many varied templates to help you create a look that will suit any site.

    Once you find a template you'd like to use, simply download it straight onto your computer. Now, it's time to integrate that template into your Web site.

    When you download a template from the Web, you will most likely receive one of two different types of template: it will come in a zipped file that you extract to reveal several different files, or it will be a long code that you copy and paste directly into your site's HTML editor.

    Many page design templates come in large, packaged folders that contain many smaller files. You might take one look at the many different images and files and feel completely lost, but don't lose heart.

    Go to the file manger of your Web page (such as Yahoo's, pictured above) and you'll find a section where you can upload files to your site. You'll want to do this with your template files. Once uploaded, you're ready to use your template to build a beautiful Web site.

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