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HTML5 and CSS3 All-in-One For Dummies, 3rd Edition by Andy Harris

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Chapter 2

Planning Your Sites

In This Chapter

arrow Planning multipage websites

arrow Working with the client

arrow Analyzing the audience

arrow Building a site plan

arrow Creating HTML and CSS templates

arrow Fleshing out the project

At some point, your web efforts begin to grow. Rather than think about single web documents, you begin to build more complex systems. Most real-life web problems require a lot more than a single page to do the work. How do you make the transition to a site with many different but interconnected pages? How do you think through the process of creating a site that serves a specific purpose?

You might even be thinking about doing commercial web development work. If so, it's definitely time to think about how to put together a plan for a customer.

Creating a Multipage Website

A complete website has these characteristics:

  • A consistent theme: All the pages in a website should be about something ...

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