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firemedic1620

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I first want to thank you all for your help on my earlier topic. I am clueless on where to start. My wife wants the header to drop from the top and stop where it is supposed to. Any ideas? I'm unfortunatly about to gve up.

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Um, a little more information please?

What type of header (graphical?) and how do you plan on starting? Coding it with html or using some sort of wysiwyg editor?
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Or do you want a brief intro to what HTML is?
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Sorry it took me so long to reply. I have webpage Maker V2. I would like to know how to make , I think it's called, flash vidoe. I would love to know html but I am not the sharpest tool in the shed if you know what I mean.
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its not that hard to learn html, its one of those things "easy to learn, and not that hard to master"
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Easy is subjective. What is easy for you, may prove very difficult for others. Depends on your background.

At any rate, HTML and Flash have very little to do with each other. I know absolutely nothing about "webpage Maker V2", but I have used Macromedia Flash MX to create Flash objects in the past.

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ditto

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http://www.w3schools...tml/default.asp is a great place to learn HTML.

go through each tutorial and learn what each tag does.
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and if you are looking to learn flash there is a tutorial on this site http://www.geekstogo...ls-t83318.htmlf

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