Web Author's Guide
Any working scholar these days is also an Internet (or WWW, or "web') page designer. It goes with the territory. But not all scholars have time or inclination to master the theory, or absorb the collective experience, that the professionals use. And if they turn to the standard beginner's manuals, they find that some of the most elementary facts aren't covered.
We have no intention to fill the gap defined by what these manuals take for granted. Let those who are paid to do it, do it right. But it would be uncivil not to share with other amateur Web page compilers some miscellaneous rules and observations which we have taken considerable time to discover and compile. Most of them concern font and color choices, and consist of displaying those choices. They presume the Dreamweaver and Photoshop programs, but may be useful for those using other software.
Here is the list:
- Design and Graphics
- Warning: The "Color Picker" Box in Windows
- Letters and Special Characters
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