- Tutorials, etc.
Web Site Evaluation
HOW TO USE THE CHURCH WEB
Richard L. Bowman, Director
The template provided here is simply a guideline for where a web
author can begin on the journey to creating a web site for their
church or organization. Click here to view
Academic Computing, Bridgewater College, Bridgewater, VA, USA 22812
A. Copy and modify the template to make it your own.
- Add a photo of you church building or your members in worship,
study and fellowship.
- Make more pages using this template to discuss your total church
program. All of these should be linked to each other through a
navigation list at the left hand of each page.
- Remove all references to Richard Bowman or email@example.com
and substitue in your own name and email address.
B. Here is an outline of how to use these templates.
- Before copying the template, create a folder on your computer
into which you will place all of the files that you will use for
your web page.
- From the table below, save all of the items listed, placing them
in the folder you created above. Copy these items by
right-clicking on each hyperlink in turn and selecting "Save
Target As..." from the resulting pup-up menu.
- Then move to the appropriate folder on your computer and open
the web page by double-clicking on the "index.html"
- From the browser, select the "Edit with Microsoft
FrontPage" option in the list to the left of the arrow edit
button on the browser's toolbar. If this is not available, go to
the Start Menu and select Programs and then your favorite web page
editor (such as FrontPage or Netscape's Composer)
and open the web page in it from the File menu.
- To learn more about using Microsoft FrontPage to edit web
pages, check out the tutorial at this
- This template is constructed using a "liquid" style.
That is, they will automatically flow to fit whatever size of
browser window they are opened in and they will fit whatever style
of printed page a user is using. This style means that any table
used to format a page should be designed with no fixed width (in
pixels) or a width of "100%."