Web design is made up of some basic premises, and if you understand them you can design pages that will impress and illuminate your readers. These fourteen tips will help you create great Web designs that work with your readers and not against them. Most Web developers, when they think of alignment think of the align attribute or the CSS float property or something like that. But the alignment of the elements on your page is just as important as whether your text is justified or your image is floated to the left. Alignment provides the structural framework of a design. The alignment can affect the mood of the page as well as how effective it is at getting its message across.

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