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Web Design All-in-One For Dummies, 2nd Edition by Sue Jenkins

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Chapter 1: Adding Text, Images, and Links

In This Chapter

check.png Understanding HTML basics

check.png Working with semantic markup

check.png Inserting text and graphics

check.png Hyperlinking text and graphics to other pages

check.png Labeling objects in preparation for using CSS, jQuery, and JavaScript

check.png Making page content accessible with HTML

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At this point in the design process, you’ve already discovered a little bit about HTML coding, syntax, and structure. To complement that knowledge, you’ve also made several important decisions about the look and feel of your design and have hopefully already mocked up the home page in your preferred graphics software program and presented your design to your web client for review and approval. In this chapter, you find out how to put all those pieces together into a single HTML document. ...

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