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Chapter 21. The Elements of Web Page Sty... > Guidance for Using Graphics - Pg. 247

The Elements of Web Page Style 247 Most of these suggestions can appear in a separate section at the bottom of each page (this is often called a footer ). To help differentiate this section from the rest of the page, use an <HR> (horizontal rule) tag and an <ADDRESS> tag. On most browsers, the <ADDRESS> tag formats text in italics. Here's an example footer (look for footer.htm on the CD in this book) you can customize: <HR> <ADDRESS> This page is Copyright &copy; 200?, your-name-here<BR> company-name-here<BR> company-address-here<BR> Phone: (###) ###-####<BR> Fax: (###) ###-####<BR> Email: <A HREF="mailto:your-email-address-here">your-email-address-here</A>. </ADDRESS> <P> Last revision: date/goes/here <P> Return to my <A HREF="home-page-URL-goes-here.htm">home page</A>. Make your readers' lives easier When designing your web pages, always assume your readers are in the middle of a busy surfing session, and therefore won't be in the mood to waste time. It's not that people have short attention spans. (Although I'd bet dollars to doughnuts that the percentage of web surfers with some form of ADD--attention deficit disorder--is higher than that of the general population.) It's just the old man- tra of the perpetually busy: "Things to go, places to do." Words from the Web