blind_html Re: intro and first question

  • From: "Jim Lu" <jimlu3665@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <blind_html@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 4 May 2009 10:07:48 -0500

Only thing is that in word, some browsers won't be able to open it.  I use a 
program called front page, but it's like $250.  If anybody can find a copy of 
front page express that came in windows 95, 98 and 98 se it works very well 
with jaws.  

Life is to short, so enjoy what you can when you can.
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  To: blind_html@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
  Sent: Monday, May 04, 2009 7:17 AM
  Subject: blind_html intro and first question



  My name is Lisa from Arizona and I am attempting to put up a website but 
haven't a clue of what I am doing.  Here is what I have managed so far.


  Bought a domain name and a 2-year package with  They have 
templates on there website builder but I have found them to difficult to use 
with JAWS version 9.  I had assistance to get the templates up but couldn't 
edit them and that's a big problem.


  I got filezilla and have managed to connect with my ftp so I could work on my 
website manually because I think that would be the best way to have control 
over my content.  I downloaded from web Braille the only book I could find on 
html written for html 4 and xhtml which if memory serves was written in 2002.  
Thing is I'm using kurzweil to read it so the syntax doesn't come out right for 
me to get the code.  My husband more of a novice than me says I can just write 
it in ms word 2003 and save it as an html file than put it up that way.  I want 
my website to look something like this at least the mainhome page.


  A title


  A welcome sentence


  7 links or so in a list the typical about us contact us and others for 


  A copyright blip at the bottom.


  How do I do this first page and what do I call it?  Then how do I create the 
links on the page which would direct the user to subsequent pages.  As I 
mentioned I have ms word 2003, and notepad and wordpad.  Do you have any 
suggestions on what I can read on the internet to learn this stuff or should I 
switch to a different hosting company.  I have a 30-day guarantee?


  I am afraid that I will spend so much time figuring out how to put up my 
content that I'll never get anything up on the web.  My website will need to be 
updated daily with new articles and links and I don't want it to take forever 
or I'll not be able to write.  



  Ok, that's it.  Any help or suggestions any one has is greatly appreciated.




Other related posts: