Designing Web Pages

Designing Web Pages
Theme is a unity of all the design elements and colors that appear in web pages that appear in the consistency and look attractive. By using the theme then we easily create or add web pages in a professional appearance. FrontPage has provided a wide variety of themes that you can use and you can also change it.
A theme will have an effect on all aspects of the appearance of pages:
  • Color. The color theme will affect the color bodytext, headings, hyperlinks, text banners, navigation bars, table border, and background pages.
  • Image. Themes use pictures to some page elements, such as background images, banner pages, bullets, navigation buttons, and horizontal lines. You can use a normal image or active image. Active Images here can be animated elements.
  • Style. A theme using their own styles (fonts) for body text and headings.
Shared Border
Shared border is an area on the web page. Shared border may be placed at the top of the page or (together with page header), to below (together with page footer), on the left or the right. Use shared borders to place the same content in multiple pages. For example, to quickly put the logo on the top of the page, set the top border to be divided, then add the image in the top border.
The advantage of using the shared border is that you only update one page and all pages will be updated automatically. For example, if you want to change the copyright note on the website which consist of 20 pages, you only update it once in the shared border and nineteenth other pages will be updated automatically.
Designing Web Pages
The advantage of the shared border is a convenience offered to create consistency pages. Below are some examples of the use of shared border:
  • Adding a banner at the top border which has been shared.
  • Adding a company logo at the top border.
  • Adding a navigation bar that makes it easy for site visitors to the main page.
  • Adding a copyright on the bottom border records.
  • Adding a date and time a web site on the modification.
  • Adding an e-mail for feedback, such as the address of the webmaster.

Frame is a special HTML that divides the window into several areas. Each area can display different pages.

Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)
Cascading style sheets make it easy to manage format pages such as text, fonts, images and other things on the web page. Suppose you create a style for a heading tag, <h3>. You create a tag H3 red. Now if you have 10 pieces of tagged H3 in the web page, and you want the color to blue, you do not have to replace it in HTML and headed to 10 H3 tags and change color. All you do is replace the H3 style from red to blue.
If you use a lot of pages would be easier if your styles are saved in an external style sheet. So that changes made in the style sheet will affect to all pages that use the file.


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