Unit E - Expression Web 3 Expression Unit E Working with...

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Expression Web 3 Expression Web 3 Unit E: Working with Pictures
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Objectives Objectives Understand Web graphics Insert a picture Resize and resample a picture Edit a picture Set wrapping style and margins Expression Web 3 - Illustrated 2
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Objectives (continued) Objectives (continued) Set Auto Thumbnail options Create a thumbnail picture Style a thumbnail picture Expression Web 3 - Illustrated 3
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Understanding Web Graphics Understanding Web Graphics Images and graphics add visual interest to Web pages. There are three factors to consider when working with images and graphics for the Web: Image measurements Page download times Image file formats Expression Web 3 - Illustrated 4
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Understanding Web Graphics Understanding Web Graphics (continued) (continued) Image measurements Size of an image can be measured in two ways: Dimensions – height and width, measured in pixels, determines size of image on the screen. File size – measured in kilobytes, determines how long it takes the image to appear in the Web browser. The larger the dimensions, the larger the file size. Expression Web 3 - Illustrated 5
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Understanding Web Graphics (continued) (continued) Page download times Download time – amount of time it takes the page to load in a Web browser. Download time is determined by two factors: File size of the page including image files. Speed of visitors’ Internet connection. Keeping Web pages lean is critical to successful Web page design. Research shows that visitors will wait an average of 8 seconds for a page to load before surfing to another Web site. Expression Web 3 - Illustrated
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This note was uploaded on 03/09/2011 for the course BCIS 2610 taught by Professor Sidorova during the Spring '08 term at North Texas.

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Unit E - Expression Web 3 Expression Unit E Working with...

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