Are your pages upside down?

“When faced with laying out a Web page most people do the obvious thing — they emulate the print documents, newsletters, and magazine layouts they’ve

“When faced with laying out a Web page most people do the obvious thing — they emulate the print documents, newsletters, and magazine layouts they’ve seen all their lives. You see the results on thousands of Web pages: Plunk a big graphic on the top of the page to make it ‘interesting,’ then start listing the links, text content, or minor graphics below the graphic dominating the top of the page. The ironic result is that the important stuff — the menu links, navigation links, and descriptive information — gets pushed off the bottom edge of the screen where it can’t be seen.”


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Date:
November 23, 2016
Author:
XPLANE