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Microsoft® Expression® Web 4 Step by Step by Chris Leeds

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Creating an HTML Layout

Now that you have the basic graphics layout created, sliced, and exported, you can go about the tasks required to implement these graphics in an HTML layout. Because of the steps in the previous chapter, such as naming the slices with meaningful names and slicing the graphics in specific sizes, the following steps will be much easier and require much less trial and error, and fewer revisions.

In this exercise, you will create your initial layout in an HTML page even though it will eventually be moved to a Dynamic Web Template (DWT). This is because you can easily preview an HTML page in a browser, but it’s not so easy with a DWT. The cascading style sheet (CSS) you create will also be written in the HTML layout page itself, ...

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