In this chapter, we learned how to create a new site and to add pages to that site. We then moved on to add text and graphics to our page and learned how to preview the site in our web browser.
We also looked at how to create tables and learned about the benefits of layout tables and were made aware that there is much debate about using div, wherever possible, in order to make our pages as accessible as possible.
Finally, we looked at organizing our files and publishing our site.
We are now equipped to create new pages, to add basic content to those pages, and to publish our pages to the SharePoint server.
All good stuff, but I am sure you will agree that our page lacks visual oomph. Let's carry on and learn about the methods we can use to create a consistent style for our site. In the following chapter, we will learn to format our pages using Cascading Style Sheets. We will also learn about Master Pages and how to edit them to give our site a consistent appearance.