HTML from WORD test page
WORD Normal style, Sdlkf jsdj klkjs dll BOLD lkj slkf BOLD. This is a new sentence in plain text
- This is bullet 1
- This is bullet 2 with BOLD
WORD Normal style blah blah blah blah
Now here is a hyperlink- this is a hyperlink made in WORD linking to VariaFitnessdotcom
Lkjdfj sjd sdkfj kskdf jsddkfj lkdjjflkjsddlkskddlkjsdlkfjjlksadfj
Lkadjflk sdlkfj slkdjf lkjdlkj
Lskd flkjsdflkjsdkfjjlksj dlkffsd
Useful TIPS & stuff about HTML in Word at this website:
- Click "File" and "Web Page Preview" to view the converted document in your browser window.
Web page filenames should not have any spaces in them.
Browsers interpret a space character as its ASCII equivalent, or "%20," which causes URLs to look sloppy.
If you must separate words in the filename for clarity, use a dash (-) or underscore (_) character instead of a space.
- You can also save a document as HTML using the "Save As" command under the "File" menu. The option for "Web Page (.htm)" appears in the list of file formats available in the drop-down menu.
- Word separates headers and footers into individual HTML files similarly to how it exports images from the document into individual files.