Dino's Pizzeria. Your instructor created this site to demonstrate how you can use tables and frames in a Web site. Dino's is a fictional restaurant.
Fern's Poetry. Created by your instructor to show you how to include in your Web site multiple sub pages, tables, and order forms.
Owls. Illustrating use of nested tables created by your instructor using Netscape Composer. Nested tables have tables within tables. Here again is an Owl site, but three separate -- not nested -- tables are used.
Rooms Plus Travel Guide. Great example of using tables to set up links to all pages in Web site. Use View/Source in Explorer. Note table HTML codes.
Tampa Bay Sportfishing. View/Source to see how tables have been used in this site. Note especially how a table of content links have been included in a table on the left hand side of your screen, simulating the look of frames. Note, too, the use of an external style sheet named default.css. Try opening this style sheet in dreamweaver by using this address in your browser: http://www.tampabaysportfishing.com/default.css
Temple B'nai on free Geocities site. Created by your instructor using tables to give the appearance of frames.
MicroVision explains how to create tables to avoid making viewers scroll horizontally. Includes "nested tables."
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