Want to learn to use it?
tutorial shows you how to use AOLpress to create Web pages. First, we'll
teach you how to open and save pages. Then, we'll show you the cool things
you can add to your pages. Just click on an item to find out how to create
it. You can experiment with topics that interest you.
This isn't just an online manual
-- it's an online workbook. You can edit these pages to "learn
by doing". Since the pages in this workbook are stored on your own computer,
you can save your changes, as well. This workbook isn't a library book, feel
free to "play" with it and add your own comments. We'll provide sections
like the one below--the instructions are in the left column, and there's
space to experiment in the right column.
||Try it here:|
This online workbook
|To find a particular topic
quickly, use the table of contents, which lists all
the topics in this workbook. Click the
icon at the bottom of the page to move to the table
of contents or the
icon to move to the index.
This workbook was designed to get you "up-and-running" quickly. As you work with AOLpress, you can click the "Help" button in various dialogs to get context-sensitive information about that dialog. For more information about using AOLpress, see the online User's Guide.
Because the workbook files are stored on your computer, your modem doesn't need to be connected while you use this workbook. We've added QBullets next to links that connect to the Internet.
If you want to back up to the previous page, click the
Back button in the toolbar. (The
buttons in the AOLpress toolbar work just like the Reload, Back, Forward,
and Stop buttons in other Web browsing software.)
OK, let's get started! Here's a list of the major topics in your workbook:
We plan to add more topics to this workbook in the near future. You can download the latest version by following these steps:
We'll be adding more topics soon. Send your comments on the tutorial and requests for additional topics to firstname.lastname@example.org.