1. I forgot to change the name of my page when I saved it, and now it is called untitled 3.html. How can I fix it?
Select the file in the Files list and type the new name over the old one. GoLive will advise you if files linking to or from that file need to be updated. When asked, tell GoLive to go ahead and update the files. All your links will remain intact.
2. I wanted to make my page background blue, so I dragged a blue color chip from the Color palette onto my blank page, but all I got was the word, "color" in blue! What happened?
You need to drag and drop the color chip onto the Page icon at the top-left corner of the page, not into the body of the Document window.
What do the terms link, alink, and vlink stand for?
link, angled link, vertical link
link, author link, version link
link, active link, visited link
link, absolute link, virtual link
Which three of the following tags are part of every HTML page?
In Layout mode, how many ways can you change the background color of the page?
When saving an HTML page, you must use a file extension such as .html or .htm.
How do you set the viewable page width for designing your page?
Choose a number from the pop-up in the Page Inspector.
Choose a number from the pop-up in the lower-right corner of the page.
Choose a number from the pop-up in the Toolbar.
Choose a number from the pop-up in the Site window.
c. Link stands for hyperlink. alink is active link, the state of the link when the mouse clicks on it. vlink is visited link, the state of the link after it has been visited.
The three tags that are part of every HTML page are a. <HEAD> </HEAD>, c. <HTML> </HTML>, and d. <BODY> </BODY>.
a. There are two ways to change the background color of the page: Select the color in the Page Inspector, or drag and drop a color onto the Page icon in the Document window.
a. True, you must use a file extension such as .html or .htm when saving an HTML page.
b. You set the viewable width of a Document window by using the pop-up list at the bottom-right corner of the window.
To learn more about GoLive's Web features, try these exercises:
Surf the Internet and take note of the titles that appear in your browser's title bar as you arrive at each new page. Could you determine the content of the page by the title alone? Try to come up with titles for your pages that reflect closely the content on the page.
Create a Web page, and set the background, text, link, active link, and visited link colors. Type a few words onto the page and save it. Now view the page in multiple browsers and, if possible, on several platforms (Windows and Mac).