HTML and CSS Reference
In-Depth Information
Writing Good Web
Pages: Do's and Don'ts
You won't learn about any HTML tags in this lesson, or how to convert
files from one strange file format to another. You're mostly done with the
HTML part of web page design. Next come the intangibles. These are the
things that separate your pages from those of a designer who just knows
the tags and flings text and graphics around and calls it a site.
Armed with the information from the lessons so far, you could put this
book down now and go off and merrily create web pages to your heart's
content. However, if you stick around, you will be able to create even bet-
ter web pages. Do you need any more incentive to continue reading?
This lesson includes hints for creating well-written and well-designed web
pages, and it highlights do's and don'ts concerning the following:
How to make decisions about compliance with web standards
How to write your web pages so that they can be easily scanned
and read
Issues concerning the design and layout of your web pages
When and why you should create links
How to use images effectively
Other miscellaneous tidbits and hints
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