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Easy HTML Editor: Common Design Principles and Elements
By: Jason Smith
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    2007-07-17

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  • Easy HTML Editor: Common Design Principles and Elements
  • Creating an Prominent...
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    Many website designers do not understand the importance of website design principles and elements.If you have been through educational training for website design you will know the importance of common design principles and elements, but most of us who create websites do not. You will be much better off if you do understand the importance of these things for your website design.

    Keeping Your Website Balanced -

    You can maintain the balance in your website by using colors that complement each other, such as a dark color for only a few things and a much lighter or even white color for the most of your website design. This keeps the balance in your website and makes it easier on your visitor's eyes. Having a website that just looks good is not good enough. You must also be constantly thinking about your visitors as you design your website, and maintaining a balance of colors in your website can make your visitors happier and want to stay a while.

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