Figure 1


A sample HTML document.


$HEADER

<!--your HTML page starts here-->
<UL><LH>Site Wrapper(tm) is neat because it:
<LI>Manages links.
<LI>Changes Colors with SiteColors(tm).
<LI>Plugs in your edits.
<LI>Logs hits to your site.
<LI>Expands with the freedom and free stuff of Perl. 
<LI>... and more...
<!--jumplist starts here-->
$JUMPLIST
<!--and ends here-->
<!--begin footer.txt-->
$FOOTER

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
CODE RECEIVED BY THE BROWSER:
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
<!--begin head.txt-->
<HTML>
<HEAD>
<TITLE>
This is from the \$titlenames variable
</TITLE>
</HEAD>
<BODY BGCOLOR=#FFFFFF LINK=#0000FF VLINK=#32CD99 TEXT=#000000 ALINK=#FF0000>
<!--end head.txt-->

<!--your HTML page starts here-->
<UL><LH>Site Wrapper(tm) is neat because it:
<LI>Manages links.
<LI>Changes Colors with SiteColors(tm).
<LI>Plugs in your edits.
<LI>Logs hits to your site.
<LI>Expands with the freedom and free stuff of Perl. 
<LI>... and more...
<!--jumplist starts here-->
<BR><CENTER><FORM METHOD=POST ACTION=index.cgi>
<TABLE BORDER=0 CELLSPACING=0 CELLPADDING=0>
<TR><TH><SELECT NAME=redirect><OPTION VALUE=0>Your Home Page
</SELECT>
<BR><TH><INPUT TYPE=SUBMIT VALUE="Jump!">
<BR></TABLE><BR>
</FORM></CENTER>
<!--and ends here-->

<!--begin footer.txt-->
<!--this alternating keeps the whitespace from collapsing in most browsers-->
<BR><P><BR><P><BR><P><BR><P>
$TEXTLIST
</BODY>
</HTML>