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CS101.Lect05.HTML.Frames.CSS

CS101.Lect05.HTML.Frames.CSS - CS101 Lecture 05...

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Computer Science CS101 Lecture 05: Intermediate HTML Frames Cascading Style Sheets Aaron Stevens ([email protected]) 20 September 2011
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Computer Science What You’ll Learn Today How to make a web page look decent - formatting the website. How to have the same look-and-feel across many web pages.
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Computer Science What makes a webpage suck? http://www.webpagesthatsuck.com offers some checklists Content Depth: Too much/too little on a page Display: Mix and match text font, size, colors on one page High-tech: too much whiz-bank technology (JavaScript, Flash animations, music, videos) Graphics: too big, too flashy, too animated Navigation: unclear transitions between pages
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Computer Science Some Proven Tools HTML Frames segment the formatted output into regions Organize the information Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) coordinate the formatting, look and feel Consistency of visual experience Example: CS101 website
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Computer Science HTML Frames Frames segment the formatted output into regions (e.g. top, left).
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