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Introduction to the Projects
The exercises at the end of each chapter of the book provide practice in applying different aspects of your knowledge and skill in Web design. The projects here on the site are intended to give you an opportunity to put those aspects together and design some complete sites. They range in difficulty from very simple projects that could be carried out by a single person to very difficult projects that will require a team that combines different skills.
window object, which are not yet standardized officially, but there are de facto standards.) Test your sites in all the most common browsers (the latest versions of Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome and Safari), and ensure that pages transform gracefully if scripting or stylesheets are not supported. Try to avoid browser-specific hacks and don't be too concerned about supporting obsolete browsers, especially Internet Explorer 6. If necessary, omit a feature in preference to making it rely on browser-dependant code. Make sure that every site achieves level-A conformance to WCAG 1.0, or better. Try to break your layouts by making the window very narrow or by increasing or decreasing the font size in the browser. Check that all the elements on your pages can be differentiated in greyscale.
File>Open File command and navigate to the page on your disk, but the advanced sites will only work if you enter a URL beginning with
http:// in the address bar (or do something equivalent).