1. This is a first level heading

2. Here is a body paragraph. I just put in the numbers to help discuss various parts of this page. Did you notice the title tag of this page is in the blue title bar of the browser you are using -- at the very top of this window? I am now going to begin a new paragraph by putting in the P tag.

3. Note how when I begin this second body paragraph, and extra space is put between this and the previous paragraph. The P tag automatically puts in this extra line space between paragraphs.

4. Here is another first level heading with an anchor.

5. At the beginning of this sentence, I'll put an anchor so that I can create an internal link at the bottom of this page back to this spot. I'll call this anchor difflink.

6. There are two kinds of links -- an external link and an internal link. An external link brings you to another documents. An internal link brings the reader to a different spot in the same document.

7. I am going to put here an external link which is a link to a webpage in the same website and folder as this page is in. I'll call this a nearby link. The Course Guide.

8. Now I am going to give a link to a webpage not on this website.I'll call this a faraway external link: The Tampa Tribune

9. Next, an e-mail link. It will not work on your classroom computer where you do not have your e-mail program set-up, but it should work at your home computer if you are not using one of those free e-mail programs like Hotmail or Yahoo mail. E-mail your instructor:

10. Next, I will insert an image that is in the same folder as this webpage you are now viewing.

11. Here is a second level heading showing an unordered list

12. Another second level heading

I am going to use here an internal link which will bring me to another part of this document (webpage). By clicking on this link, I will go to an anchor spot that I have previously named difflink. Information on different links.