Tamisa Martin's Webpage
Hello, my name is Tamisa Martin as my title says,and I am employed in the
circulation department of the Ingram library. I have been employed in the circulation
department for the last three years. I was a student assistant for the past two and
a half years, then I became casual labor, and now I am a full time supervisor.
I attended the State University of West Georgia
recieved my BA in History.
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above and including the "BEGIN MEAT TAG" line or below and including the "END MEAT
TAG" line. Those lines create the header and footer that should be the same for all
library web pages.
Use the "H3/H3" tags to create a header
Start a new paragraph with a "P" tag.
Format Text in Bold with the "B/B" tags.
Format Text in Italics with the "I/I" tags.
Use the "BR" tag to insert a carriage return.
Make a link using the "A HREF" tags like this:
Make a Library Web Page
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The text between the > and < signs is what the user sees that links to the URL.
An Ordered List
- Start with the "OL" tag
- Each "LI" tag is a numbered item in the list
- End with the "/OL" tag
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- Start with the "UL" tag
- Each "LI" tag is an unordered item in the list
- End with the "/UL" tag
A Descriptive List
- Start with the "DL" tag
Start a Description Topic with the "DT" tag, end it with "/DT"
For each Topic you can add a Description by starting with a "DD" tag,
ending with a "/DD" tag.
- End with the "/DL" tag
Your pages will work better if you always include closing tags like the "/DT" and