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In this hour, you took a trip behind the scenes and learned a bit about how an HTML page works. You saw that the code boils down to wrapping the content in a beginning and an end tag and that changing these tags can be done from Code view and Design view and also by using Find and Replace. You got a preview of some of the code editing tools available in Expression Web 4, including the Code view toolbar, the Quick Tag Selector, and the Quick Tag Editor, and you also learned how to import text content from external files and clean up the code so that it works properly. In Hour 5, "Getting Connected with (Hyper)Links: The Cornerstone of the World Wide Web," you create a second page and add hyperlinks to your pages to make them interactive.

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