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But this might look awkward or impede the usability of the site; or the design simply might not support a vertical stretch of the header area. Taking a very long step backward, the designer then realizes that the lacking requirements have drastically changed the scope of the project. A lot of the site is now going to need redesigning. Collecting the Requirements Requirements lacking detail can be just as detrimental as not having requirements. There are many different areas that should be addressed when documenting requirements.

Allowing a user to bookmark a site is impossible unless JavaScript is used. The problem is that when a user bookmarks a page, only one frame is bookmarked (usually, it is the last frame that was clicked in) rather than all the frames. As mentioned previously, though, this can be a benefit in some circumstances. 2. Targeting frames and passing programming variables is considerably more complicated than when using Include files (that is, SSI, or Server Side Includes). 3. 9). 4. Search engines do not like frames.

Uncompressed Images The easiest way to drive away a user from a site is to make it slow, and one of the easiest ways to make a site slow is to use uncompressed images. 19 shows a Web site in which the central image (the image of the neighborhood) is 33 KB. Compressed, this image could easily be reduced to 13 KB, drastically increasing the speed of the download without a visible loss in the quality of the image. 19 Site that does not use compressed images. In the early to 1990s, the closest a designer could come to compressing an image was reducing the bit depth (2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, 128, or 256 colors) of a GIF or reducing the JPG compression percentage in increments of 10.

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