web_dev_2 - Web Development Review In last week's lecture...

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Web Development Review In last week’s lecture, we discussed many of the components and tools within FrontPage to create an interesting and effective Web site. One extremely important point to make is to TEST (and TEST and TEST) your Web site. This is important to ensure that all components and links work correctly. You should test your links both prior to publishing and posting on a Web server AND after the site is published. Any typos or changed links can cause a broken link. Also, be sure that you have published your site to ensure that all graphical theme elements, photos, and clip art have been copied to the site folder. If these steps are not performed, your site will not display properly and your effort will have been in vain. In our first web design lecture, we discussed some pointers for good Web page design, which we will review in a minute. I have also found that it is effective to point out some bad Web page design habits (some of which I specifically look for when grading your projects – hint! ). You will probably notice that many of these principles also applied to PowerPoint design.
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