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Write a programme to create a webpage that prints the name of the STUDENT database in Wide Latin font and set the subtitle with description of the STUDENT to the screen. Set the page layout to the webpage. Insert one image after the database with a Thank you note.
Updated 27-Jan-14 5:35am
H.Brydon 27-Jan-14 10:20am    
Sorry, but this site is not for doing homework, "fix my program" or writing code for you. You need to try a little harder...
phil.o 27-Jan-14 10:33am    
It's not a matter of kindness; you really should learn to try and do your own homework.
Basically what you are asking for is cheating.

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thatraja 27-Jan-14 10:42am    
joshrduncan2012 27-Jan-14 11:06am    
Nice. +5.
Pete O'Hanlon 27-Jan-14 11:12am    
Thanks. I don't want to discourage.

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