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The Basics of Web Design

The Back End

The Front End

Adobe LiveMotion

QuickTime VR

Object Movies

HTML - Hypertext Markup Language

Structural Coding

Absolute Positioning

Design Limitations of the Browser

Tables

The HTML Source Code of a Page

Layers

Cascading Style Sheets

Images

The Bandwith Problem

JPEG (Joint Photographic Experts Group)

GIF (Graphical Interchange Format)

PNG (Portable Network Graphic Format)

How do Browsers Compensate for Missing Colors?

Color Problems with Images

Some Useful Sites for Web Designers

In 1997, becoming a Web designer was easy. There were only a few professional designers around who understood how the Web worked, and the demand for those people was high. Anybody who had designed his or her own home page could become a designer overnight and work on big corporate sites. This is not the case anymore. Designers need to understand every aspect of Web design and, because the job market these days is quite competitive, many designers are forced to find their own clients and work on a freelance basis. This makes it more important than ever that a Web designer understand all facets of Web design. And even though this is a book on Adobe Photoshop®, it is my intention to give you a good understanding of what you’ll need to know in order to conceptualize, manage, design and create a Web site.


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