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MySQL™ and JSP™ Web Applications: Data-Driven Programming Using Tomcat and MySQL by James Turner

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Looking at the Default Document Structure

As you move on to the actual look and feel of the Web site, you have to start building the structure of your pages. Before this, you've been putting together test pages or rough drafts, but now you're going to need to write real pages that will evolve into finished products. Later, you can go back and polish the pages you've already written.

Looking back to the wireframes (see Figure 9.1), you can identify the various elements of the site. In the top left corner is a logo, and across the top is a welcome banner. Running down the left edge are the mini-cart and the department listing, followed by a couple of navigational links.

Figure 9.1. The BFG entry page.

Some of this content, such as the banner, is ...

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