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Web Design All-in-One for Dummies® by Sue Jenkins

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Index
639
table cells layout option
for, 367
vertical list layout option
for, 366
text-align property, 311
Thank You page, 397–399
third-party
prelaunch testing with
third-party testing
tools, 515
services used for credit-
card processing, 396
shopping carts, 116–117
30-inch monitor, 130
301 redirect, 213
tiling background images,
263
title attribute, 246
<title> tag, 98, 245
titles, updating bland page,
603–605
Tomasi, Chuck (Podcasting
For Dummies), 21
traffic, 594
transparency settings,
199–200
tree-style menus, 365
tty media type, 280
tv media type, 280
24-inch monitor, 130
20-inch monitor, 130
20-inch+ monitor, 130
type style (CSS), 305–307
TypePad, 34
U
<u> tag, 218
unordered lists, 264–265
updating content, 18
uptime, 559
URL, validation by, 532
usability of navigation
systems, 142
user accounts, 559
V
validating
Web forms
adding a Validate Form
behavior to an existing
form, 413–416
overview, 412–413
Spry validation, 416–419
testing the validation,
416, 419–421
your markup, 526–527
validation process
advantages of using, 510
cleaning up your code,
515–524
fixing common code
errors, 524–531
HTML and CSS markup
validation, 531–541
overview, 510
Validator (Dreamweaver),
526–527
vector programs. See also
Illustrator (Adobe)
overview, 102–107
for Web graphics, 176
Verdana fonts, 141
VeriSign, 119
(|) vertical line, 366
vertical-align property, 311
video and podcasts, 12–13
visibility property, 318–319
vision for the site, 62–70
visited hyperlinks, 293
visitors
attracting
blogs used for, 32–37
contests and
sweepstakes used for,
40–41
e-newsletters used for,
28–30
free tips and articles
used for, 31–32
overview, 27–28
polls and calculators
used for, 37–40
data on
collecting and using, 26
deciding what visitor
information to collect
on Web forms, 392–394
visual editors, 94–95
W
Wabi Sabi aesthetic, 147
waiting for site to be listed,
608
W3C Markup validator,
533–536
W3C Tutorial, 330
W3C Web site, 486–488
W3C (World Wide Web
Consortium), 243, 272,
333, 485–486, 485–488
W3C’s CSS, 330
Web address
domain name section of,
547
extension section of,
547–548
parts of, 547
protocol section of, 547
www section of, 547
Web application menus,
365
Web editors
building a Web page,
98–100
code editors, 93–94
HTML structure,
understanding, 95–97
overview, 92
saving Web files, 100–101
selecting, 93–95
visual editors, 94–95
Web page structure, 97–98
Web sites, building. See
building Web sites
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