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    Hypertext Technology Design

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    1. Web pages are not printed pages. Hypertext technology enables Web pages to be processed by the viewer very differently from the same information in printed form. Should the same design rules apply?

    2. How are the different features of Web pages emphasized or made more accessible through variations in design?

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    No the same design rules should not apply to Hypertext technology as information in printed form. There are specific commands located within hypertext that tells the browser how to display particular ...

    Solution Summary

    The solution explains how and why attempts to port design principles of print to web pages end poorly.