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Summary

In this chapter you were introduced to the basic principles of Web page and site design, including some of the fundamental tenets. The simpler your page and the simpler the system for navigating your Web site, the more accessible your Web site will be to readers. This includes organizing each individual page, organizing entire sites, and considering how your design approach can affect all your users, including those who are using non-graphical browsers or who want to translate your page into spoken text, Braille, or another written language. You also saw some examples of good sites and got some suggestions for other sites to emulate.

In the next chapter, you’ll be introduced to the tools you need to create Web documents, and you’ll see how to publish those documents on the Web.


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