Chapter 3. Web Design

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Graphic designers see the Web as one more medium in which to present their work. Consumers see it as a place to buy music and sell used cameras and lawnmowers. Big business sees it as a platform on which to develop new kinds of applications.

Any way you look at it, the Web has changed the world of graphic design. In the earliest days of the Internet, content was king, plain old HTML got the job done, and website design was, at best, a hack. These days, the best website designs utilize Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). CSS is an established style sheet language that separates layout from content. This separation allows the designer ...

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