Here is a template for you to use as a starting point.

Two students were walking down the beach during spring break and one says, "I am going to write some really neat text here because I cannot express my joy enough. I love this molecular biology stuff. I want to devote my entire life to it. I am dropping my other courses and going to add this class three more times!"

This very wise student continues, "To show you how much I love this, I want to show you a copy of the photograph that hangs over my desk."

Figure 1. This is photograph was taken by Rozee, Ken; Costerton, W.; and Lam, K. As I am sure you can tell, this is a scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the mucous layer of a mouse ileum showing filamentous bacteria and Giardia lamblia. Arrow at top left indicates an attachment scar of G. lamblia.
This image was obtained with permission by the authors.

And to help you want to do this too, I have embedded a Chime figure of aspririn for your headache:

Well, I guess I have made my point. I hope you will make as good a home page as this ideal student has.
Now you can return to the links for making web pages.

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