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The weather is very hot.

Wednesday is a busy day.
This is paragraph text. When you type something into the editor this is how it appears. Note that this editor and the final version as seen in the website act differently. Whenever you edit something, check it by viewing the page or article before leaving the website. This is paragraph text. When you type something into the editor this is how it appears. Note that this editor and the final version as seen in the website act differently. Whenever you edit something, check it by viewing the page or article before leaving the website. This is paragraph text. When you type something into the editor this is how it appears. Note that this editor and the final version as seen in the website act differently. Whenever you edit something, check it by viewing the page or article before leaving the website. This is paragraph text. When you type something into the editor this is how it appears. Note that this editor and the final version as seen in the website act differently. Whenever you edit something, check it by viewing the page or article before leaving the website.

This is paragraph text. When you type something into the editor this is how it appears. Note that this editor and the final version as seen in the website act differently. Whenever you edit something, check it by viewing the page or article before leaving the website. This is paragraph text. When you type something into the editor this is how it appears. Note that this editor and the final version as seen in the website act differently. Whenever you edit something, check it by viewing the page or article before leaving the website. This is paragraph text. When you type something into the editor this is how it appears. Note that this editor and the final version as seen in the website act differently. Whenever you edit something, check it by viewing the page or article before leaving the website. This is paragraph text. When you type something into the editor this is how it appears. Note that this editor and the final version as seen in the website act differently. Whenever you edit something, check it by viewing the page or article before leaving the website.

Handling Three type of Links

INTERNAL

A link within the website needs to contain information about where the link is likely to go or what it will do. Avoid using “Click Here”. Example:  If this is of interest please contact us.

EXTERNAL

All links leaving your site need to be opened in a new browser window otherwise people cannot return to your website. Example:

Example: My favourite website is bbc.co.uk.

(This is my version):  My favourite website is itv.com

WEBSITE ASSET

You can make items available to people as downloadable documents or brochures. It is best to always do this with a PDF version of the document. If you also want to make it easy for people to edit and return a document you can use MS Word, or RTF format as well. But try to avoid the case where you only make a Word Document available. Not everyone will be able to open it and read it. If you always make sure a PDF version is included as standard then everyone can at least read it.

Example: You can download this important document here.

Using an Icon

You can also use an icon to jump somewhere if you wish. This needs to generally be a small image.

Please click on me

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