**I have 3 simple HTML pages to complete.
One page consists of a header image and a You Tube player.
The other two pages are simply the header image + text with links. The text and links are fully completed on another site, so all that is necessary is to copy and format, inserting the actual links (see accompanying images)
The HTML pages will reside on a custom page of a template real estate agent site, provided by others. This page inserts a form below the header image and the You Tube player.
The ONLY thing necessary for this task takes place in the custom pages provided for my use... i.e. the html pages. No other programming is necessary.
See the accompanying images to see what I have already inserted.
The **minimum** to complete the page is at least a continuation of the gray background and red stripe to the width of the page (variable, depending on the viewer's page width). This should be no more trouble than inserting the header image, as is already done, and there should be no conflict with the insertion of the form, which is done by the code for the website.
If the custom page allows us to put in a background image (say a gray or gray gradient that knits the other pieces together better), then this would help the appearance. However, if this is not possible because of the way the page is served, then simply completing the header image width extensions as noted above will have to do.