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Chapter 38. Home Page Concepts > Using Common Sense

Using Common Sense

Building a Web page is an act of courage. You are daring the world to take a closer look at you—or at least a part of you—and make what judgments they may. While the relative anonymity of the Internet might make you bold, there are still a few guidelines which will make your entry into the online world more successful.

  • Never put anything on your home page that you wouldn't tell your mother.

  • Never put anything on your home page that you wouldn't talk about in the workplace.

  • Never put anything on your home page that will deny you the privacy you might want to maintain offline.

  • Never put anything on your home page that could be considered slander or libel.

  • Never put anything on your home page that infringes on other people's rights to material they own. Copyright issues are an important concern when dealing with Web page content.


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