People Template Guide
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You don't need to know HTML or other programming code to use the following templates. Simply...
- click on your preferred template below
- click the "edit" tab to view the code
- then copy and paste that code into your page
- and input your information to the appropriate places.
- » PeopleTemplate1
- » PeopleTemplate2
- » PeopleTemplate3
- » PeopleTemplate4
- » PeopleTemplate5
- » PeopleTemplate6
If you are interested in learning the basics of how the templates are coded and how to customize your webpage, here is a short introduction:
- Tables are creating by using either HTML code or Wiki code. The details can be found here, but basically you start by defining the table, such as:
- <table> starts the table;
- <tr> creates a row;
- <td> create a cell;
- And then you have to close each tag at the end in reverse order, such as </td>, </tr>, </table>.
- The layout of the table can be customized, such as:
- creating a border by "border=1" within the table tag. (ie. "<table border=1>")
- creating spacing between cells by "cellspacing=5"
- creating padding between text and cell walls by "cellpadding=5"
- creating different fonts and font sizes by "style="font:bold 120% sans-serif""
- or, see here for more information.
- or, see here for a table generator.
- The colors of the table can be customized, such as:
- Color codes are eight numbers/letters representing red, blue, and green, but you can also enter simple color names like "red", "orange", or "yellow" in the "color=XXX" tag.
- You can see representative examples here
- You can create a colored border by "style="border: 1px #828DA5 solid"
- You can create a colored background by "background=#FFEDFE" (ie. "<table background=#FFEDFE>")
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