<HTML> <HEAD> <TITLE>A Sample Web Page</TITLE> </HEAD> <BODY> <center><h1>A Sample Web Page</h1> This is a very simple web page. <p> Click<A HREF="sampletag.html"> HERE </A>to see the html tags used to make it. </center> <p> <hr> <B>This text is bold.</B><p> <I>This text is in italics.</I><p> <H2>This is a size 2 header.</h2> <p>Many web pages have lists. <P>This is an ordered list (with numbers): <ol> <li>the first thing <li>another thing <li>something else </ol> <p>And this is an unordered list:<p> <ul> <li>the first thing<li>another thing<li>something else </ul> <p>And below we can see a simple four cell table. <p> <center> <TABLE BORDER CELLSPACING=2 CELLPADDING=1> <TR> <TD>Row 1, Column 1</TD> <TD>Row 1, Column 2</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD>Row 2, Column 1</TD> <TD>Row 2, Column 2</TD> </TR> </TABLE> </center> <p><IMG SRC="cat.gif" WIDTH="204" HEIGHT="141"> As you can see, this is a graphic (stored on the same computer in the same directory). <p>It's easy to include a clickable e-mail address like this: <A HREF="mailto:vicky@mn.waseda.ac.jp">vicky@mn.waseda.ac.jp</A> <p>You can see more information on my page of <A HREF="moretags.html">More HTML Tags </A>. For even more information, you can download and read the <A href="http://www.ncsa.uiuc.edu/General/Internet/WWW/">NCSA HTML Guide</a>. <p> </BODY> </HTML>