How to make a screensaver on a site

You’ll need
  • – HTML editor.
Instruction
1

If you can not do a screensaver on the site, it is better not to do it, allowing the user to immediately get to the home page site. The screensaver is needed if there is really a need to inform the visitor about something — for example, that the site is only available to registered users. In this case, the page must have a button to go to the registration page. A simple greeting with the button “Enter” should be considered a bad tone, as such “decorations” only annoy visitors of the site, forcing them to click something once again and go somewhere.

2

To work, you will need an HTML editor — for example, suteHTML. Run it, you will automatically have a workpiece of future page code in the window. Save it as index.html, it will be all visitors to your site.

3

Now it is necessary to fill the workpiece with content. Select or create a suitable picture that users will see when they log in to the site. For example, its dimensions would be 800 by 500 pixels. In this case, insert the following code between the BODY and
/BODY tags: <table width="800" height="500" border="0" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" align="center"›
<tr›
<td<a href= “transition_to_site"<img src="path_k_picture” width="800" height="500" /</a</td›

</table›

4

In the given picture code is immediately made by a link, which will allow the user when clicking on it to go to the address specified as “transition_to the site”. Instead of this line, insert a link to the main page of the site or to the registration form. Instead of the “path” line, you must specify the path by which the image will be located on the site. You can also set the required background color for the page. For example, by substituting BODY BGCOLOR=” #000000 “, you get a black background color. You can change the base code in the desired way by adding table cells, inserting buttons, transition options, etc.

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