Daisy Analysis Pages Explained - Body
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Body holds the Body HTML fragment that will be used to build the page.

Note that a page cannot contain both a Body and a Body File. They are also interchangeable in that the data in the Body is identical to that in the Body File.


BodgeIt! takes the fragment and then creates the full page by placing it between <BODY>...</BODY> tags with various formating characters and such things as the page title.


The HTML code for the first part of this page is shown.

  <P><B>Body</B> holds the <A HREF="glossarybody.html">
  <B>Body</B></A><B>HTML</B> 
  <A HREF="glossaryfragment.html"><B>fragment</B></A>
  that will be used to build the 
  <A HREF="glossarypage.html"><B>page</B></A>.</P>

  <P>Note that a <B>page</B> cannot contain both a 
  <B>Body</B> and a <A HREF="glossarybodyfile.html">
  <B>Body File</B></A>. They are also interchangeable 
  in that the data in the <B>Body</B> is identical to 
  that in the <B>Body File</B>.</P>

  <CENTER><P><HR HEIGHT="4" WIDTH="60%" 
  COLOR="#FF0000"></CENTER>

  <P><FONT COLOR="#0000FF"><B>BodgeIt!</B></FONT> takes 
  the <B>fragment</B> and then creates the full
  <B>page</B> by placing it between 
  <B><BODY>...</BODY></B> <A HREF="glossarytag.html">
  <B>tags</B></A> with various formatting characters 
  and such things as the 
  <A HREF="glossarypagetitle.html"><B>page title</B>
  </A>.</P>

Note that to create most pages, this is all you need to write!