OK, now it's time to get some links onto your website:

Turn your image into a link to another page of yours (the page doesn't have to exist, you'll just get an "unfound" error if you click on it - don't worry about it), and don't adjust the borders on the image. Then, underneath your paragraph of text, create a header that's smaller than the main header, and says "Links" - don't centre it. Underneath that, create a link to:

And have the link text say: "Drakir's Homepage".

Underneath that, have a link that opens a mailer window, with your email address already in the "To:" field. Have the text say something like: "Email Me: Your email address".

Now, at the top of your page, create an indexed point, and call it whatever you like. Then, at the very bottom of your page, leave a few line breaks, and put "Back to Top of Page". Make this a link that returns the browser to the index point that you've just created. This will only look like it does something if the top of the page is not at the top of the screen when you click it. You may need to readjust the window size to test it.

It is now that you find out if you've got your link colours right from the first exercise. If you havn't, try and change them. If you don't like them, then feel free to go ahead and change them to something you do like. Likewise with the text.

Here is what your document should look something like. To see how the page is made, view the document source - generally done by using the "View", "Document", or "Page" menus on your browser.