Jan 1, 2011 0
This resource — Page Design Basics — provides a very simple overview of how to lay out a Web page.
Students new to using CSS often make a mess of it because they do not grasp the utility of DIVs. By introducing these four regions of a Web page, an instructor can help students understand a basic structure that can be created with four DIVs. Font families, colors, and other design elements can be specified independently for each DIV.
For more information about CSS, see the the HTML and CSS Resources page.