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  • 1. Prepared by: Mrs. R. S. Endaya
  • 2. What is the purpose of this Web page/site? What audience am I trying to reach and how does this affect my page/site? What information am I trying to convey? How will I organize the information? What should the home or top page have on it to attract visitors?
  • 3. Not everyone has a high speed link to the internet. Large high resolution graphics take a long time to load.
  • 4. Large pages of text can take just as long to load as graphics. If you have a lot to say, consider breaking it down into several smaller chunks/portion.
  • 5. - Use a consistent structure and placement for your menus and navigation tools.
  • 6. Use horizontal rules to separate sections of the page It is easier to navigate familiar pages and readers can find what they need more quickly
  • 7. Underlined text implies a hyperlink Italics can be difficult to read Don't overdo emphasizing or formatting of text1
  • 8. The All Caps style slows reading time because it doesn't provide the visual cues the reader has been subconsciously trained to expect The All Caps style is considered visual shouting on the Internet