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Defining Your Own Page Layout

With heitml you can define your own Page Layout once and reuse it as often as you like, giving all your Web Pages a professional and consistent appearance.

When you write a new page, you don't have to re-construct the previous layout. Changing the layout, on the other hand, affects only one file.

This is the (shortened) source of an example page my.hei page, which calls a layout file as defined by deflayout.hei :

<include name="layout/deflayout.hei" />
<TITLE>My first heitml Page</TITLE>
<BODY headline="My first heitml Page">

This is my first heitml page


The page layout is contained in layout/deflayout.hei and can therefore be reused many times. A simplified version of deflayout.hei looks like this:

<defenv BODY>
  <\BODY bgcolor="white" text="black">
      <font size=-1>
        <a href="">
          Helmut Emmelmann, H.E.I. </a>; <signheitml>

This version of deflayout.hei uses the standard page layout, which redefines the <BODY> Tag. The redefinition is actually much more complex than what we show here. But you might want to use this as a starting point to define your own page layout.


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