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TermDefinition
layout the way elements on a page are arranged
style colors, fonts, spacing, graphics, effects and decorations applied to a site’s layout.
content text and images displayed on a webpage
static content information that doesn't change
dynamic content information updated via a stream or service
header top section of webpage usually includes logo and navigation
navigation main links that allow users to move around a website
main content information most relevant to a page
sidebar section to the left of the main content
footer section at bottom of page
navigation location usually header or sidebar
white space empty areas on a page
consistency different pages of a website having the same design, colors, logo, etc.
position where something is located on a page
scroll bar a narrow bar along the bottom or side of a window that one clicks on with a mouse to see parts of the window that are hidden
typography the art and technique of selecting font, font size, line length, and line-spacing
browser compatibility capability or flexibility of a website, web application, script or HTML design to function on different web browsers available in the market
convention standard way of doing things
navigation bar area of the site that contains links to the most important pages and sections of the site
browser software used to access webpages
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