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How to Design Content Pages
By: KC Morgan
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    2009-12-18

    Table of Contents:
  • How to Design Content Pages
  • Basic Page Elements
  • Including Advertisements on Content Pages
  • Embellish Your Page Design

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    How to Design Content Pages - Basic Page Elements


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    You need to make content the star, but you also need to get your basic page elements in place, too. Your site may have a search bar, a menu bar and many other navigational features you need to include on the page.

    Find a way to integrate these basic elements into your content pages so that they still have the same look as the rest of the site. Design your content pages to fit in with all the other pages you offer to your visitors; otherwise, traffic may get confused and think they've navigated away from your site.

     

     

    It's likely that your navigational elements are already off to the side or arrayed along the top and bottom of pages, so it should be easy to find a place for your content within the middle. Don't leave these basic page elements off you content pages even if you have to shrink the content frame itself, because you want users to very easily find their way to other areas of the site.

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