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Chapter 5. Creating a Web Site from Scra... > Using Page Banners and Shared Border...

Using Page Banners and Shared Borders

Page banners are a quick way to display titles on Web pages. If a theme is applied to the current page, the page banner uses the font and graphics of the theme; otherwise the page banner displays only text, which you can format manually. The page banner displays the page title of each page.

Your pages can also have shared borders, which are areas at the top, bottom, left, or right of all or some of the pages in a Web site. The advantage of using shared borders is that you can update the information on every page by updating it in only one place. For example, if The Garden Company’s corporate logo appears at the top of each page in the GardenCo Web site and a copyright notice appears at the bottom, you can update the logo and copyright notice on one page and have the change instantly reflected on all the other pages. Shared borders ensure that information is presented consistently and correctly throughout the site.


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