What do you want help with? HTML? making your images display? Or making items available for download? For HTML, go here: http://www.ncsa.uiuc.edu/General/Internet/WWW/HTMLPrimerAll.html Read the whole thing. Print it out. You'll need to refer to it often. For images, you have to save them as a .gif or .jpg. If it's a photo, save it as a 72 dpi .jpg. If it is something with big, flat, colors, save it as a .gif. To keep things simple, don't use capital letters in filenames. Your file paths have to be correct, also. If you have your images in a subfolder called "images," your image tag will go something like this: <img src="images/foo.gif"> If you don't have an "images" subfolder (or directory), I'd recommend making one. I wouldn't worry about making items available for download until you get the HTML basics figured out. Then you can ask the next question. Erika >Hey, i just signed up with this list this morning, and so I'm not sure if >this goes to everyone. Anyway, I don't have much expierience with HTML >page-making, and I don't have FRONTPAGE or any page-builders. I am doing a >Geocities web-site, and I know a bunch of stuff I want to do for it, but my >pictures aren't showing up, and I don't know how to make items, (word >documents, music files, emulations,) availiable for download. Can anyone out >there help me with this?