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If you would like to copy the required elements or the History 338 web site graphics to your course web pages, then follow these steps:
- Highlight the script for the required element or graphic you want.
- Click edit on your browser's toolbar, then copy.
- Click the Start button, then programs, then accessories.
- Open either Notepad or WordPad. Use these programs to open your web page.
- Place your cursor at the point in your page where you want the graphic to appear.
- Click edit on the Notepad or WordPad toolbar, then paste.
- Save your file.
All web pages produced by students in History 338 must include the following four required elements:
- Include your name on each separate page you make, perhaps by saying: "This page was created by [Your Name]."
- Tell people how to contact you about your web page. Usually this is done by including your email address somewhere on the page, perhaps by your name as author.
The script below creates a hyperlink which will allow people to send e-mail to you. Substitute your e-mail address in the example below.
- Include the date last updated at the bottom of your page: "This page was last updated on mm/dd/yy."
- Include a link back to the History 338 Supplements page.
The script below creates a hyperlink to the History 338 Supplements page.
Return to History 338 Supplements
Return to History 338 Supplements
If you are a student in History 338 and would like to use the History 338 web site graphics on your course web pages, use the scripts below. These elements are optional.
The script below creates a cloud-and-blue-sky border on the left side of your page. Use the script below as the body area of your page.
<BODY BACKGROUND="../../cloudst2.gif" BGCOLOR="#ffffff">
<TR><TD WIDTH=150 valign="top">Place here anything you want to appear in the border area on the left.
<TD WIDTH=433 valign="top">Place here anything you want to appear in the white area on the right.
The script below creates the Religion in American History title graphic at the top of this page. It is a clickable image which links to the home page for this class.
Religion in American History
<a href="../../index.htm"><IMG SRC="../../clouds7.gif" WIDTH=320 HEIGHT=240 BORDER=0 ALT="Religion in American History">
The script below creates a title bar similar for your biographical subject. In the script, change "Name of Your Subject" to the name of your biographical subject.
Name of Your Subject|
Title Bar Script:
<TABLE cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0 border=0>
<tr><IMG SRC="../../spacer.gif" WIDTH=1 HEIGHT=63 BORDER=0>
<td width=315 valign="middle" background="../../section.gif">
<center><font size=4 face=verdana>Name of Your Subject</font>
<font size=1> </font>
||The script below creates a clickable button which links to the Religion in American History Home Page.
Religion in American History|
<img src="../../338-btt.gif" width=112 height=39 border=0 alt="HIS 338: Religion in American History">
||The script below creates a clickable button which links to the start page for Dr. Tallant's classes.
Dr. Tallant's Classes|
<IMG SRC="../../../Shared/drtclas2.gif" WIDTH=88 HEIGHT=31 BORDER=0 ALT="Dr. Tallant's Classes">
|The script below creates a clickable button which links to the home page for the American Studies Major.
American Studies Major|
<IMG SRC="../../../Shared/ams-btt2.gif" WIDTH=87 HEIGHT=61 BORDER=0 ALT="The American Studies Major">
|The script below creates a clickable button which links to the home page for the Department of History.
Department of History|
<IMG SRC="../../../Shared/history4.gif" WIDTH=94 HEIGHT=32 BORDER=0 ALT="Department of History">
|The script below creates a clickable button which links to the Georgetown College home page.
<IMG SRC="../../../Shared/gtc-btt.gif" WIDTH=104 HEIGHT=27 BORDER=0 ALT="Georgetown College Home Page"></a>
Other Departmental Courses in American History and Civilization:
| AMS 250 | HIS 223 | HIS 225 | HIS 227 | HIS 306 |
| HIS 308 | HIS 310 | HIS 312 | HIS 314 | HIS 318 | HIS 325 |
| HIS 338 | HIS 426 | HIS 430 | HIS 432 | HIS 470 | HIS 475 |
| This page was last updated on 2/10/99. | Return to Top of Page | Site Map |
Dr. Harold D. Tallant, Department of History, Georgetown College
400 East College Street, Georgetown, KY 40324, (502) 863-8075