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Macromedia Studio 8: Training from the Source by Shaowen Bardzell, Jeffrey Bardzell

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Chapter 1. Preparing Graphics

The Web is a multimedia format. In addition to text, you can place any combination of graphics, animations, movies, sounds, games, learning media, and much more in a single HTML page. Often, you create many of these assets before you begin to develop the Web pages, because without them you don’t have much to put in your Web page.

Graphics are frequently the first assets you create when you begin working on a Web site, because they heavily influence the overall look and feel of a site’s design, including its color scheme, interface elements (such as navigation bars), and layout. In addition, you often have graphics that predate the Web site. Many corporate logos, for example, have been around for years or even decades. ...

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