Appendix C. Glossary of Terms
Alignment makes sure all of the elements line up on the screen. Use natural alignments within an entire web space when you use more than one graphical element such as photos, graphics, and/or text.
Attributes are the properties of an object, as seen in the Inkscape XML editor. Selecting an attribute (such as stroke or fill) will then let you see the detailed properties (such as color codes and line thicknesses).
Backgrounds are "behind" the overall design of a web page. They can be any design, shape, size, or color, but as a rule of thumb, should not distract from the overall design of a web page.
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