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Figure 3-2: Adding line breaks.
THINKING ABOUT STRUCTURE
At this point, more thought should go into structure. With the ability to add text, graphics,
and links, the page can have far more features and much more content. So, you should begin
thinking about things like headings, navigation, and positioning beyond the logo in the
upper-let -hand corner. Start with a simple sketch. Use a scrap of paper to jot down an idea of
a Web page. (Use paper, not your graphic tools just yet.) Figure 3-3 shows an example:
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Figure 3-3: Sketch a structure for your site.