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Designing Your School Web Site

Designing Your School Web Site

What is Good Web Design?
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The number of school web pages that are being published on the Internet is phenomenal. However, many of them lack style and content. This page will point you to resources on the Internet that you can explore and discover what DOES make a good web page.

Follow these two steps:

1. Before you begin, first download this file to record what you should avoid and what you should include, which will help you know how to create "savvy" webpages:

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What Is Good Web Design?

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What is Good Web Design?

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What is Good Web Design?

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What is Good Web Design?

What Is Good Web Design?

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2. Next, visit these two tutorials and begin recording what to avoid and what you should include in your web site design.

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1.Visit this site:
The Top Fifteen Mistakes for First Time Web Design
http://doghause.com/top15.asp

2. Visit this site:
Sucky to Savvy
http://jeffglover.com/ss/ssmain.php

 

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