Web Design: Chapter 4 & 5 (3rd Hour)
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The Intent of a website
The process of planning and creating a website.
The individuals that are intended to use the website.
The organizations of the pages in a website. Goes from general to more specific.
Home Page of a website (index.html)
A page that has at least one page below it in the navigation structure.
Top Global Navigation Bar
Contains links to each page on the first and second levels of the website's navigation structure. In general, this should have NO MORE than 8 links.
Bottom Global Navigation Bar
Appears near the bottom of the page and is often centered. This navigation bar typically uses text links in a smaller size and contains links to all of the pages in the website if possible.
| = Often used to separate links in a navigation bar.
Local Navigation Bar
Positioned below the top level navigation bar or vertically along the left side of a page. Often contains links to child pages of a website.
Also called the path. This is a navigation bar that displays the page names in order of level from home page to the current page.
Home > _________ > _____________
Top area of a web page
Bottom area of a web page and includes the bottom global navigation bar.
Four basic concepts of a web page
Appropriateness, placement, consistency, & usability.
A link that allows the user to create and send an e-mail message. Link includes mailto:
Image comprised of tiny squares. Each tiny square is a pixel and is one solid color.
Examples include: GIF, JPG, & PNG files.
Graphics that are limited to 256 colors and are best for clipart and logos. They allow for images to be transparent and interlaced.
JPG or JPEG
Supports millions of colors and is best used for photographs. Does not allow for transparency.
A file format feature that reduces file size, which is helpful because smaller files load faster in a browser window.
The more compression, the smaller a file becomes
The more compression, the higher the image quality
Text added to an image that a voice synthesizer "reads" in place of the image.
An invisible, defined area on a graphic that is a hyperlink. Tools associated with this feature include rectangle, oval, and polygon.
Used to create and edit images specifically for use on the Web.
When a symbol is created, the selected objects on the canvas are changed into this; which is a copy of the button symbol.
How a symbol interacts with a user. Rollover is the default for a button symbol.
Four States of a Button Symbol
Up, Over, Down, & Over While Down
Used to optimize and automatically generate all the files associated with a Fireworks document.
Action that exchanges one image on a webpage for another when the mouse rolls over the image.
A program that lets you organize your visual assets; such as photographs, illustrations, PDFs, and Flash Movies.
Member of Clarkston Swim and Tennis teams. Likes Watermelon Sour Patch and is born in December.
Golfer that enjoys Peanut M&M's, Mr. Smith Classes, and Rap Music.
Recently attended the Jason Aldean concert and likes country music. Works at Core Connection Pilates and has a younger sister at CHS.
Sports fan who plays AAA hockey in Lansing and enjoys Rap Music.
Member of Yearbook and star of the Powder Puff post game video. Babysits to make the Benjis and enjoys alternative music, skittles, and Brittany Spears.
Speaks multiple languages and listens to foreign music. Is a member of the track and field squad and enjoys kit-kats.
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