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Week 7 Day 7 Web Site Structures

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Web Site Structure 1 Web Site Structure Sonja Saltzgiver Axia College
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The three website structures that are most commonly used, and those that were discussed, are linear, hierarchical, and mixed. (Schneider & Evans, 2006) One way to tell that the sites are linear structures is by the fact that there is a lack left- hand side whitespace margins. Another way to tell is by making the window smaller. If it is a linear structure then the text will withdraw under one side of the screen. Two websites that were structured by the linear method are Toshiba and Study Island. They can be found at http://toshiba.com/tai/ and http://www.studyisland.com/ respectfully. The hierarchical structures have the tell-tale signs of wrap around text when the screen text is resized and the text wraps around the objects. This is a unique quality found only in the hierarchical structure. For example, the websites of Wikipedia and Google use hierarchical structures. These are located at http://www.wikipedia.org and http://www.google.com .
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