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Contents

Introduction

Planning Your Site

Designing Your Site

Creating Your Site

Putting Your Site Online

Testing Your Site

Announcing Your Site

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How to Write for the Web

Designing: Review Your Content

The decisions you made as you created content for your pages and planned your site lay the foundation for the design of your site. As you begin to think more specifically about how your pages will appear—and how they will be linked to each other—review your content.

During your content review, make notes about points that you want to stage—call attention to—for your readers. Note, as well, whether specific content would be best presented in body paragraphs, in lists or tables, or via an image, an audio or video clip, or an animation.

Finally, review the placement of information in your tentative Web site structure. (Trust me—the structure you developed earlier is likely to change as you continue to work on your site.)

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