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WWW pages of the past (Jan 2003)

 
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WWW pages are becoming more like printed paper. At one time WWW pages typically had coloured background, and often even had background images. They tend, these days, is to use a white background, as the human eye is most used to this type layout. I've never really been too keen on the DSMA WWW page, so I've revised it with a clean layout, with lots of straight edges to guide the eye:

If you're interested here is the previous version:

If you're interested, here it is:

Here

 

I think the colours used are now more consistant. There is also a blue bar which leads from the menu options on the right-hand side to the main content. This shows the user the menu option they have chosen.

 
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