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Bulletproof Web Design: Improving flexibility and protecting against worst-case scenarios with XHTML and CSS, Second Edition by Dan Cederholm

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9. Putting It All Together

Apply bulletproof concepts to an entire page design

To close out the book, I’d like to pull together many of the guidelines and techniques for being bulletproof into a single full-page design. By walking through an entire example, we’ll be able to see how these flexible strategies work simultaneously within a complete page.

I’ve created the fictitious “Bulletproof Pretzel Company” for us to use as an example. The content is irrelevant (although I’ve long thought that if this Web thing didn’t work out, perhaps I could make pretzels); what’s important is how the various concepts woven throughout this book can work together to create a flexible design. This example is not intended to be the best design ever created in ...

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