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Professional Web Design Tips & TricksHere are 12 great tips and tricks from professional web designers:   1. Put Important...
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  1. 1. Professional Web Design Tips & TricksHere are 12 great tips and tricks from professional web designers: 1. Put Important Information Near the Top Organize your pages from the top down. Important info should be easy to find. 2. Limit Length of Pages Two or three screens should be the maximum length of any page. 3. Make Navigation Simple Be consistent in your placement of navigational tool, i.e. menus, buttons, etc. 4. Make Images As Small As Possible Reduce physical size of images in Paint program before placing in your web page. 5. Use Web Palette (216 colors) This keeps files small and makes images look good on all monitors and systems. 6. Use GIF and JPEG Properly Use JPEG for photos and GIF for everything else. 7. Avoid Busy Backgrounds Text should be easy to read. Make sure you have enough contrast. 8. Use ALT Parameter (low-res and/or text) for Images This is important for people viewing your pages with older computers. 9. Avoid Excessive Animation Don’t animate images unless you have a good reason – it can be very irritating.
  2. 2. 10. Use Tables to Format Text and Images This is the best way to control your layout.11. Use Common Fonts This ensures that everyone sees your page as you designed it.12. Don’t Center Entire Pages Use this only for titles and special situations.

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