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Designing a Web Page

Designing a Web page is similar to designing a presentation for onscreen slide shows. Here are some important considerations:

  • Give a lot of thought to your color scheme. You want to make sure there is sufficient contrast between the slide background and the text and other objects on the slide (Figure 17.12).

    Figure 17.12. This slide has good contrast between the background and slide elements.

  • Whenever possible, format the Slide Master instead of individual slides (Figure 17.13). This way, your presentation will be formatted consistently throughout.

    Figure 17.13. Edit the Slide Master to give your Web page consistent formatting.

    See Chapter 12 for information on editing the Slide Master.

  • Try to resist the temptation to get too fancy; for best viewability, be conservative with your typefaces, background fills, and special effects.


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