The only thing you have to do now is saving the file for the web.
Go and select from the main menu File -> Save Optimized As...
ImageReady will optimize each image for the web. This process will create smaller files in terms of space required and also download time.
Go to template/html/html_version. You'll notice that there is already a file named index.html. This file is the final html file so DO NOT ERASE/OVERWRITE IT because this file will help us in the next tutorials. If you want to save you file for the web please create a new folder (click on the marked icon below) and then save your file there.
Note that you may export only the images and in that case you will have to recreate the page in html. In our case you select from "Save as type" the option "HTML and Images". You'll notice that ImageReady will create a specific folder for images named "Images". Now you have your layout saved as HTML. The next step is to open the HTML file in a HTML editor (in our case Dreamweaver) and to add the "html text", create the text links and edit the CSS file.