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Chapter 2. A Crash-Course in Web Design > The Fundamentals of Page Design

The Fundamentals of Page Design

Planning for the Web takes a number of forms, from planning individual pages to planning an entire site made up of pages that you’ve decided to group together on the Web. Let’s begin with a look at the individual page—how a page should look, and how to avoid some common mistakes as you’re beginning to create pages. In this section, we’ll look at some fundamental tenets of page design for the Web:

  • The theory behind XHTML and style sheets

  • Organizing the page according to the logic of HTML and XHTML

  • Separating content on the page from the design of the page

  • The use of images, multimedia, and interactivity to further your Web design goals


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