New button: Click this button to start a new web page. You are given four main options:
  Blank Page: Click this option if you are already comfortable with writing and editing HTML code to start a page from scratch.
From Template: Click this option to create a moderately advanced page using a series of Netscape templates. You will follow through some Netscape pre-designed sites, inserting and modifying to as you prefer. You get options for graphics, etc. with this choice.
From Page Wizard: Click this options to create a pretty basic web page. You can enter some information, choose some links, colors, and provide an e-mail link. This is the simplest way to create a page and a good way to learn the basics of page design.
Open Local File: Click this option to open a page already on your computer.
Open button: Click this button to open a web page file already stored on your computer.

Save button: Click this button to save a file you have been working on to your computer. Files should end in .htm or .html to be valid webpages.

Publish button: This button is used to move your site over to West Central Net's servers. However, due to the limitations of this button, we recommend that you install and use WS_FTP from the CD.

Preview button: Click this button to open a new Navigator window and see what your page will look like from the Internet.

Cut button: Use this button to cut out the selected portion of the page. You can use this to move or remove sections of your page. Your computer will only store one cut at a time. The next cut will take the place of the previous one.

Copy button: Use this button to make a copy of the selected portion of the page. You can then add the same information to another page or position on the same page. Your computer will only store one copy at a time. The next copy will take the place of the previous one.

Paste button: Use this button to paste in the last information that you cut or copied. You can paste as many times as you want, but only the last information that you cut/copied.

Print button: Use this button to print the page you are working on. Make sure that your printer is ready to print.

Find button: Click this button to find instances of a word or phrase in your page. If it is found, you can click Find Next to see if it occurs again.

Link button: Click this button to make a link to a file or other web page. You will need to supply the name for the link and the location to link to.

Target button: Click this button to insert a target into your page. This is used if you want links to move from point to point within the same page. You also need to make links to the targets.

Image button: Click this button to insert a picture.

H. Line button: Click this button to insert a horizontal line across your page.

Table button: Click this button to insert a table into your page.

Spelling button: Click this button to run a spell check on your page.

Normal menu: Use this menu to determine how your text will show up. Heading 1 is very large, Heading 6 is very small.

Font menu: Use this menu to select which font you want your text to be. In order for someone to view your page like you designed it, they must have the same font that you used, so it is best to only use commmon fonts.

Point size menu: Use this menu to select the size of your text. 12 is most common, but you can increase it if you want the text to be more readily visible.

Color menu: Use this menu to select the color for your text.

Alpha buttons: Use these buttons to bold, italicize, underline your text. The first three can be used in conjunction with each other as you choose. The last button returns your text to normal.

List buttons: Use these buttons to make your text a buttoned (unordered) list, or a numbered (ordered) list. You can only use one at a time.

Text Inset buttons: Use these buttons to move your text to either the left or right 5 spaces.

Text Justified button: Use this button to justify your text. It can be left, right, or centered.

Design window: This is where the contents of your page are shown while you are building it.