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Lesson 10. Creating Web Pages

Lesson 10. Creating Web Pages

As you’ve seen as you’ve worked through the lessons in this book, FreeHand is a premiere drawing program. With the continuing expansion of the Internet, people increasingly want to create web sites as well as print materials, and the drawing capabilities of FreeHand are as suitable for web pages as for printed documents. Although it was not designed as a complete web-production tool or as a replacement for applications such as Macromedia Dreamweaver or Macromedia Flash, FreeHand can play an important part in web-site creation.

Typically, in creating a web site, a designer draws a site diagram and then creates a sketch or digital composite (a comp) that shows more detail of a sample page of the site. Using the Connector tool in FreeHand, you can easily draw a site diagram. Then you can use FreeHand to design a page, or pages, of the site. Once you create your site design and pages, you can export the pages as a PDF file. You can even export the pages in HTML format and display them in a browser for the approval process.


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