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The Structure of a Webpage

Introduction
The structure of a webpage is an important factor to consider when designing a webpage, since it impacts the usability and over all look of the webpage. If you use a structure that is familiar to the users, they will most likely be able to find what they came for and come back. However, if the structure is random or hard to follow, then most people will just leave.

Most of the time whenever you design a webpage the structure will be fine, but it is helpful to look at sites that you like to visit and examine how they're set up.

Examples of the basic structure of a webpage:














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