Web Page Design Example 1
- This web page has some images, but no effort has been made to incorporate them in the design of the page; they have just been sandwiched between the lines of text.
- The images are very large considering that they are just illustrations and not an important part of the document.
- You could easily miss some of the text as you scroll down past the images.
- It is fine to centre headings and some text, but large paragraphs can be difficult to read if the text has been centred.
What is e-mail?
E-mail, or electronic mail, is post that - instead of being sent physically - is transferred electronically to and from your computer. When you open your e-mail program, any new mail for you is automatically downloaded to an electronic mailbox on your computer.
What are the benefits of e-mail over normal "snail" mail?
You can use e-mail to keep in touch with family and friends faster and more informally than by writing letters, and without the expense of long phone calls and the difficulties caused by international time differences. It can take as little as a few minutes for your e-mail message to arrive.
What is an e-mail address?
When you registered with your Internet service provider, you chose an e-mail address and a password. Your unique e-mail address is of the form: firstname.lastname@example.org. The password ensures that no-one else can use your e-mail address to send messages.
An e-mail address is usually made up of three parts.
The first part is often your name, e.g. david.smith.The second part is called the domain name such as somewhere. The final part of the address can give you an idea of where the person is based. Addresses ending with .com indicate a commercial address; .co.uk addresses are UK-based companies; ac.uk signifies a UK University or academic institution.