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As with the colors and graphics in your Web site, keep the formatting of text consistent throughout as well This aids users in finding information on new pages and puts them at ease by using a format they are already familiar with Table 73 contains some guidelines for making text consistent Font Consistency Guidelines
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Guideline Use styles and colors sparingly Purpose Too much formatting can overwhelm users Also try to avoid formatting text in all uppercase Uneven alignment can be confusing Titles, subheadings, and the main body text should appear the same across all your pages Using too many fonts can distract users Try to use no more than three different fonts
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Formatting fonts consistently can help make a site more readable Why is it important that a site be readable
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Limit the number of fonts
Appearance
As with your color scheme, the fonts you use should visually support the message of your site and page
The size of text reflects the item s importance What is the most important element on this page
Use Formatting to Emphasize Text The formatting you use should also reflect the item s importance Use a larger font size, a different color, or other formatting options to highlight important elements Generally, the more important the page element, the larger its size should be Items such as titles are often larger than body text, as shown in Figure 719
Title: 36px
Author: 18px
Body: 16px
Copyright: 12px
Selecting Design and Color
Use Standard Fonts As mentioned earlier, Dreamweaver includes a predefined list of fonts commonly installed on most users computers Use these fonts (shown in Table 74) to avoid difficulties such as text reflowing or reformatting differently when viewed in a user s browser Table 74
Different computers have different fonts installed on their hard drives Which of the fonts below are serif fonts
Mac OS and Windows Font Substitutions
Mac OS System Font Windows System Font
Courier Helvetica Times
Courier New Arial Times New Roman
Use Standard Font Sizes The type of browser, operating system, and computer can all influence how a font looks This is also true for the size of the font Think about what type of computer systems your target audience will have and select standard fonts that will work on their systems
Summarize What three factors must you consider when deciding how to format text on your Web pages
Formatting Text in Dreamweaver
What menus should I use to format text in Dreamweaver
In this activity, you will format text using size, color, alignment, style, and font type
ACTIVITY 7E Format Text
1 Open the Language Club Web site s indexhtml page 2 Select the Hello! Hola! Bonjour! text above the photo In the Properties inspector, click the Font drop-down arrow and select Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif 3 In the Size box, key: 20 Click the Bold style option 4 In the Text Color box, key #3300FF to change the Hello! Hola! Bonjour! text s color to blue 5 Select the text in the bodytext editable region Change the Font to Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif 6 Change the font Size to 18 pixels 7 If necessary, click Align Center to center the text 8 Press F4 to hide the panels Your home page should look similar to Figure 720 on page 209 Press F4 again to open the panels 9 Save your file Select File>Close All (or press Ctrl + Shift + W) to close all of the files in the Web site Exit Dreamweaver
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The Language Club s home page with modified style and alignment of elements
In this unit, you learned the basic principles of information and presentation design, including how to add a color scheme and format text in Dreamweaver, and the importance of consistency and repetition As you continue to create Web sites, keep these principles in mind to create sites that are both attractive and user-friendly
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