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Knowing How to Apply Graphics
By: Brian Lee
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    2007-04-03

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    Instead, choosing colors such as blue, gold and orange are good example because it contrasts’s the colors of the ocean, sand and sun.

    Another point is to moderate the amount of graphics you apply on each page. Too many pictures will give your page a butchered and messy look, which can be a turnoff for a lot of internet users. Also, a lot of graphics will definitely slow down your site loading speed, which is another thing you probably wouldn’t want happening. But putting too few pictures can also be a major turnoff since it gives your page an incomplete and plain look.

    The picture you decide to use as your sites background can also be a deciding factor for your web page’s success. The graphic and color used as a wallpaper should never, and I repeat, NEVER interfere with the legibility of your content. For example, putting yellow writing on a white background won’t help sales. Background graphics should be applied the same way as any other graphics, to accentuate your business.

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