In this chapter you’ve learned how to work with website text, ensuring that it’s structurally sound and logically marked-up, and that it looks good. The exercises have shown you how to make sure text remains accessible, while still maintaining a good degree of control as a designer. You should now be comfortable experimenting with the various text-oriented elements of the CSS Style Definition dialog box, so try creating a number of variations on the exercises in this chapter, combining different elements to create brand-new results.

In the next chapter, we will take a look at the other main component of website content: images.


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