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Click on the link below labeled "Tags" and complete the "Basic HTML: Primer #2" lesson. You will need to create your HTML coding within a word processor. Refer back to the lesson if you have questions on this. Make sure that when you get to the last paragraph in the lesson that you follow the instructions in HTML Primer #1 to help you save and then display your first HTML page. Once you have saved your page in a word file, do not save it as a html file, send the hard coded file of your page to me for your assignment. Be sure that this assignment comes to me in a word processor (word or wordperfect) and it is in the form of hard coding.


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