how 2 make a next page from web site?

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1.. i just get a free webpage from yahoo geocities. i want 2 make a 2nd page . how can i do?

2 ..have many line at my page. i need 2 delete n modify 1 of them...so i need 2 know the code...
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Geocities has a "Page Wizard" and a "Page Builder" applet that you can use to make webpages, but you'll need to learn HTML to make unique webpages of your own. Fortunately HTML is quite easy to learn and there are many tutorials on the web.

The best HTML tutorial is probably the W3Schools tutorial:
http://www.w3schools.com/html/default.asp

Since HTML is just marked up text, you can use a basic text editor to make your webpages on your own computer, but there are many freeware HTML editors available on the web.

The best free HTML editor is probably HTML-Kit:
http://www.chami.com/html-kit/

Once you have your webpage created on your own computer you can go to geocities, log in with your name and password and use their upload feature to move your webpage to their server. Geocities free accounts no longer have access to FTP uploads (which is almost a must for large sites) but the basic upload feature is a simple to use form that you can access from your file manager or from the page you get when you log in. Look for Upload / FTP Access.

It is always best to make your page on your own computer and then upload them to geociites, but if you just want to edit one or two lines you can go to the geocities File Manager and click on the edit link (Image) next to the file that you want to edit.
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Post 3+ Months Ago

to make a 2nd page you have to go to "file manager" then click "new"
you can name the page what you want, but use the extension ".html"
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:? ok.. just thanks! sounds like many thing gonna learn...
any way ,i like this all.

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