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Q1:So, basically, you're telling me that I can do all these cool things to my page, but I should stick with the boring stuff because the cool stuff is based on extensions and also some people can't see graphics. Isn't that, well, ever so slightly a bummer?
A1: Bummer—not. In practice, it's really not such a big deal. First of all, remember that the overwhelming majority of the folks browsing the Web can view graphics, and most use a browser that can cope with most extensions. So even if you go completely nuts with pictures and extension-based formatting, your page will look great to most people. By using techniques I show you in later hours, you can accommodate the graphics-impaired or extension-impaired so that your page is as useful to them as to everyone else.

Still, remember that just because you're writing a page in a Netscape Web page editor doesn't mean that you're writing it solely for users of the Netscape browser. A smart author makes his or her document informative and cool to look at as well as be accessible to all.


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