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*Leave out all animation except as pertains to the content (i.e. explanatory
animations, such as data flow across a network).
*If you are tempted to experiment with Flash, and want to create one of
those nifty splash screen intros for your web site, lie down until the
To summarize--keep it simple. The more stuff a visitor has to wade through
or wait to download from your site, the less likely they will be to get to
the information they want.
From: Kelly Werner [mailto:kwerner -at- eaglesoft -dot- net]
Sent: Wednesday, March 13, 2002 10:06 AM
Subject: web animation
I'm soon to enter the world of web building as part of my tech
writing duties. I'm learning the basics (direct HTML and FrontPage) but
wanted to ask our panel of experts: What would you recommend for animation
and other flourishes?
web mistress in training
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