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There are many HTML tutorials on the web--some of them are for
>Don't be afraid to try making a simple web page--its all very simple and
>logical. Now a complicated page can get--well, complicated, but getting
>started is easy--and a great way to get your students' work published!
>Another approach is to use student work as screen savers or wallpaper....Or
>have students prepare a portfolio of their work for conference time or to
>show at a PTA meeting.....Lots of possibilities!
K:\MAEA CD\MAEA WEB 3-98\A_dmiss_3_8.html
>Why not display them on a web page?? If you have a school page--great! If
>not you can put them on a local web page to be viewed in your computers'
>browsers. Art work can be scanned or photographed and scanned, taken from
>video camera image or digital camera, or done in a graphics program. It
>needs to be saved as a .gif or .jpg and (easiest) placed in the same folder
>or directory as the html file below. (There are shareware or freeware
>programs for working with the images..) Talk to your technology persons
>The script below will give you a very simple image gallery. Copy and paste
>it into your word processor and save it as a text or better, .htm or .html
>file and open it in your browser. Change only the lines that are at the
>left--the indented lines should not be changed--unless you know what you
>doing <G> Copy and paste the individual image sections as many times as