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Learning Web Design, 3rd Edition by Jennifer Niederst Robbins

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Footnotes

Chapter 3

* According to Nielsen/Net Ratings (www.netratings.com) as published by WebSiteOptimization.com in August, 2006 (www.websiteoptimization.com/bw0604/).

Chapter 4

* Technically, there are other bits of information that are required for HTML and XHTML documents to validate, such as a document type definition and an indication of the character set used in the document. We’ll discuss those in Chapter 10, but for the current introductory discussion these are the only elements you need to worry about.

Chapter 15

* For right-to-left reading languages such as Arabic and Hebrew, the normal flow is top to bottom and right to left.

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