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Easy HTML Editor: Common Design Principles and Elements
By: Jason Smith
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    Easy HTML Editor: Common Design Principles and Elements - Creating an Prominent...

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    Creating an Prominent Part -

    If you want to make your visitors see one thing on your website before anything else, you will need to make it stands out from the rest of the design. You can use a variety of methods to create a focal point for visitors, such as using a different color, making it smaller or larger than other parts of your design, and even creating a specific shape for what you want to stand out.

    The Lines in Your Website -

    There are always lines in websites. Some lines are horizontal (which make the visitor feel calm), some are horizontal (which are more active, and others are diagonal (which are very active). The lines in your website can have a direct effect on your visitors. If you want to create a business website, use horizontal lines. If you are creating a website that is specifically made for kids, you can use the very active lines that make it fun for kids.

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