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Lesson 4. Elements of Page Design > What You Have Learned

What You Have Learned

In this lesson, you have:

  • Used tables to lay out your pages (in Layout View) (pages 108–118)

  • Modified the table properties (including border, background, spacing, color, alignment, and size) (pages 111–129)

  • Created a standard table (in Standard View) (pages 118–120)

  • Imported tabular data from an external document as a Dreamweaver table (pages 121–122)

  • Sorted the information in a table (pages 130–131)

  • Modified a table by adding and merging rows and columns to adjust the layout (pages 132–134)

  • Exported a Dreamweaver table to an ASCII text file that other applications can read (pages 134–135)

  • Created a table in which you inserted a variety of images (pages 135–139)

  • Learned to nest tables by placing one table inside the cell of another table (pages 140–143)

  • Used the technique of nesting tables to create an outline around a table (pages 144–146)

  • Learned how the variety of screen sizes and screen resolutions can affect how you determine your page layout (pages 147–148)

  • Imported a tracing image that you used as a guide for your layout (pages 149–151)

  • Used attributes to make content within a table accessible to a wider audience, including those with disabilities (pages 151–158)

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