Lesson 18. Writing Good Web Pages: Do’s and Don’ts

You won’t learn about any HTML tags in this lesson, or how to convert files from one strange file format to another. You’re mostly done with the HTML part of web page design. Next come the intangibles. These are the things that separate your pages from those of a designer who just knows the tags and flings text and graphics around and calls it a site.

Armed with the information from the lessons so far, you could put this book down now and go off and merrily create web pages to your heart’s content. However, if you stick around, you will be able to create even better web pages. Do you need any more incentive to continue reading?

This lesson includes hints for creating well-written and well-designed ...

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