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Select a template for your web site.
Click on the "Start Building" link.
Build your pages by following the step by step instructions provided. You can skip any
steps you do not want to complete by clicking the "Next" button.
Please note: When you are prompted to name your files, be sure to enter names that include
no special characters, symbols, or spaces. File names can only contain upper or lowercase
letters, numbers, underscores (_), dashes ( ), and periods (.), and cannot start with a period.
How do I add a new page to my site?
Currently SiteWizards supports the option of creating one additional page. To add another
page, click on the "Additional Page" link in the left navigation bar. To create more pages, you
can open your site s pages in Yahoo! SiteBuilder. SiteBuilder offers more sophisticated editing
features, allows you to create nearly unlimited pages, and gives you the most control over
Please note: Once you have edited and saved a SiteWizards file with another editor, you will
no longer be able to safely use SiteWizards to open and edit your page.
How do I upload an image to my web page?
At this time, Yahoo! SiteWizards supports only .jpg and .gif image files.
You have several options when prompted to load an image in SiteWizards:
Use a picture that you already uploaded to your File Manager. Select an image
from the pull down menu, which will list all of the image files currently in your File
Manager s main directory.
Upload a new picture. Upload an image from your computer to your PageWizards
Click the "Browse" button.
Locate the file on your computer and click the "Open" button.
Choose the "Upload" button.
Use the template s default image.
Do not use a picture.
Note: When you upload your image in SiteWizards, it will be automatically resized to fit your
page. You will not be able to use SiteWizards to resize the picture yourself.
What types of image files can I upload?
At this time, you can upload only JPEG (.jpg) and GIF (.gif) files. If your image uses a
different extension, be sure you don t simply change the file extension to ".jpg" or ".gif,"
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