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HTML Manual of Style: A Clear, Concise Reference for Hypertext Markup Language (Including HTML5), Fourth Edition by Larry Aronson

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Chapter 5. Building Websites

DEVELOPMENT APPROACHES

WEBSITES

ORGANIZATION AND NAVIGATION

PAGE HEAD INFORMATION

SEARCH ENGINE OPTIMIZATION

AVOIDING COMMON MISTAKES

In the preceding chapter we looked at a number of ways to use HTML to create content for use with various web services. In this chapter, we will concentrate on creating complete, stand-alone websites. There are, of course, different approaches to this end, and it always helps to spend time up front to analyze the requirements of the new website and the context in which it will operate.

After you have chosen an appropriate development approach, you can build a framework for your website that will accommodate the web pages and other resources that will be offered to site visitors. You ...

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