If you want to design the answers to the questions on a worksheet suitable for presentation on the web, you should know at least some of the possibilities provided by the language HTML. This page gives answers to a few questions that may arise. Read the answers to the questions and represent the page by clicking one of the buttons "Plain text" or "HTML" below in order to see the action caused by the HTML commands. If you don't want to use HTML at all, only the first three questions are relevant for you.

When you are ready, you may fill in your name(s), or group name. (In case several names should appear below each other, they have to be separated by the symbol <BR>). Then click the appropriate button (depending on whether you have inserted plain text or HTML code).This will open a new browser window containing your sheet as a web page, suitable for being saved or printed.



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