Designing Professional Web Pages
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If your Web site doesn't project a professional and polished image to your visitors, your credibility and that of your products and services will suffer. Image is everything--especially online where your competitor is only one mouse click away!
| tag), you will be mighty surprised when you get nothing but a blank page on Netscape. Internet Explorer is much more forgiving. It "assumes" what you meant to do. Netscape, on the other hand, is unassuming. If it doesn't understand your code, it simply will not display it.
NOTE: An excellent site to check your HTML code for browser compatibility, as well as screen size, is Anybrowser.com at http://www.anybrowser.com/
(5) The titles on all of your Web pages need to be consistent--not only in font style, size and color but also alignment. Make sure the spacing between the title and the first paragraph is consistent throughout your site. Make sure your spacing is uniform on all pages.
(7) It is an excellent idea to make your logo a clickable link back to your home page from all of the pages of your Web site. Many visitors expect to be able to use the logo to go back home. Don't forget to also include a text link to your home page.
These are only a few considerations in designing your Web pages, but they are very important. Don't let your beautiful pages look ugly on your visitor's computer screen. If you are like me, you will find these issues among the most challenging aspects of designing professional Web sites.
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