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If you like it fancy, you can also use this unobtrusive button:
The procedure is fairly simple:
save the image file of this button (21 kBytes) on your hard disk: right-click on the button above, click on Save
Picture As..., and choose the directory where your HTML page is located.
insert the following snippet
in the code of your HTML page:
<A HREF="http://learn.how.to"><IMG SRC="flash-btn.gif" WIDTH="88" HEIGHT="31"
ALT="200+ Titles in Vocabulary and Memorization Software, Reviewed" ALIGN="DEFAULT"
How can I insert it if I use a WYSIWYG HTML
In WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) editors such as Microsoft Frontpage or Netscape Composer, you usually
don't edit the HTML code directly.
But even for novice web designers, it's easy to accomplish:
- Type some odd character sequence (e.g. asdfx) wherever you want to
place the button.
- Edit the HTML code of the page by the Edit | View Source command
(if available), or open the file again with a plain text editor (e.g. Notepad).
- Search for the asdfx sequence you typed (use the Find facility) and
replace it with the code snippet
provided above (copy/paste).