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Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) by Example by Steve Callihan

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Keeping It Simple

Often, the best design for a page or site is a simple one. The critical decisions about how your site should be designed should be functional ones, such as how best to facilitate a visitor's access to the information that you're presenting. This involves trying to insure that a visitor can navigate and move throughout your pages and site without a lot of extra clicks, windows, or scrolling. Preferably, all of the key areas in a page or site should be a click away, without the need for extra windows or undue scrolling. Although the visual appeal of a site can be part of what makes a site enjoyable for a visitor, it is the ease and facility with which a visitor can move around and access the different parts of your page or site ...

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