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Chapter 20. Output > QuarkXPress to the World Wide Web

QuarkXPress to the World Wide Web

In this section, I briefly discuss methods for outputting a QuarkXPress document to the World Wide Web for on-line viewing. For more specific instructions, please consult the XTension documentation. The Web page you create can consist of words and pictures only or it can contain animation, QuickTime movies, and/or Java applets. You can also create links in the form of text or image icons for a viewer to click on to get to another Web page.

When you're designing a Web page, keep in mind that what looks good on print output may not be suitable for on-line viewing. To build a successful Web page, you may have to adjust such elements as your color choices, the volume of text and its point size, the size and number of images, and the size of the page layout on screen. Your aim should be to design a Web page that communicates clearly, doesn't display any unexpected color changes, and downloads quickly. A page that meets those requirements is outputing well.


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