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Microsoft® HTML5 Step by Step by Faithe Wempen

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Chapter 10. Creating Navigational Aids

Chapter at a Glance

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If you worked through the exercises in Parts 1 and 2 of this book, you have acquired most of the basic skills you need to create simple Web sites. Now it’s a matter of putting all these skills together to make attractive and easy-to-use sites, and that’s what you’ll focus on in Part 3.

One way to make your Web site easily accessible is to place a consistent navigation bar on each page. A navigation bar

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