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Now that you have cleaned up your most excellent first page with your choice of text and colours, here are a few Copy and Paste samples that you can try.

FIRST create a new text file in the "mysite" folder called mytests.htm. Then simply drag the cursor over the basic page code below to highlight it, use the Browsers 'Edit - Copy' command to place this code into the clipboard, and then 'Edit - Paste' it into mytests.htm. Save it and you are ready to copy and paste the examples I have included.

<html>
<head>
<title>This is my TEST PAGE</title>
</head>
<body>

</body>
</html>

Try each of these examples one at a time by using the 'Copy and Paste' method described above. Each time, delete the previous example and copy only the text within one of these cells. Do not forget to place the code BETWEEN the <body> ... </body> tag pair, save each change, and refresh / reload into your Browser each time also.
<img src="mypic1.gif" width="124" height="133" alt="A Frame" align="left" hspace="5"><em>5. Secure Server</em>. Often an extra cost, This allows for easy setting up of an area used for the acquisition and storage of sensitive information. All Hosting services should include at least one secure area in the overall package, not charge more for it when you need it - and that usually happens fairly quickly.

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<img src="mypic1.gif" width="124" height="133" alt="A Frame" align="right" hspace="5"><em>5. Secure Server</em>. Often an extra cost, This allows for easy setting up of an area used for the acquisition and storage of sensitive information. All Hosting services should include at least one secure area in the overall package, not charge more for it when you need it - and that usually happens fairly quickly.

<p><em>6. FTP and Telnet</em>. If you do not have these included in the package without extra cost, forget it. Probably you will have to pay to even just break wind anywhere near your site. FTP allows you, or your elected managers, to upload, download and generally muck around with your own files. If the service is Unix based, and most are, then you will need access to the Unix shell via Telnet to create and change permission's, double check downloaded scripts, change access and e-mail permission's and various other things. As with scripts, some services do not even allow these options because of the risk of problems being caused by rogue scripts and people. A well prepared and protected server and service will include these in their package. (some non-Unix based services do include similar access facilities)

<img src="mypic1.gif" width="124" height="133" alt="A Frame" align="left" hspace="5"><em>5. Secure Server</em>. Often an extra cost, This allows for easy setting up of an area used for the acquisition and storage of sensitive information. All Hosting services should include at least one secure area in the overall package, not charge more for it when you need it - and that usually happens fairly quickly.<br clear="all">

<p><em>6. FTP and Telnet</em>. If you do not have these included in the package without extra cost, forget it. Probably you will have to pay to even just break wind anywhere near your site. FTP allows you, or your elected managers, to upload, download and generally muck around with your own files. If the service is Unix based, and most are, then you will need access to the Unix shell via Telnet to create and change permission's, double check downloaded scripts, change access and e-mail permission's and various other things. As with scripts, some services do not even allow these options because of the risk of problems being caused by rogue scripts and people. A well prepared and protected server and service will include these in their package. (some non-Unix based services do include similar access facilities)

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<img src="mypic1.gif" width="124" height="133" alt="A Frame" align="left" hspace="5"><em>5. Secure Server</em>. Often an extra cost, This allows for easy setting up of an area used for the acquisition and storage of sensitive information. All Hosting services should include at least one secure area in the overall package, not charge more for it when you need it - and that usually happens fairly quickly.

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<p><em>5. Secure Server</em>. Often an extra cost, This allows for easy setting up of an area used for the acquisition and storage of sensitive information. All Hosting services should include at least one secure area in the overall package, not charge more for it when you need it - and that usually happens fairly quickly.

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