A web site display depends on several factors such as type of browser, the client platform, screen resolution etc. and you seldom have control over these variables.
The medium of the Internet
is very different from the printed page or the television. It is highly interactive and dynamic and brings together several multimedia features such as pictures, sound, video and animation.
Navigation on a web site plays a very important role in making the site user friendly. As a thumb rule, a web site should follow the "three click" model. This means that a visitor should be able to access any page on the site using three or lesser mouse clicks.
There are lots of tips:
* Creating seamless backgrounds
* Beautiful seamless web page backgrounds
* Pros and cons of removing underlines from links on a web page
* Confusion caused underlined text on a web page
* Good Site Navigation part 1
* Web page titles - The HTML TITLE tag
* Choosing background and foreground colors
* A theme for your site
* Good Site Navigation part 2
* Text and background colors
* Headings and Fonts
* Good Site Navigation part 3
* Creating a Site Map for your web site
* Important points for a good site map
* Site maps and other nice ways to help visitors quickly locate information on your site
* Scripts to create Site maps for your web site
* Different types of web site navigation
* Web site navigation - importance and tips
* Web site search feature and other navigation techniques
* Image maps - advantages and disadvantages
* Other file formats on the web
* Large files on web pages - helping visitors
* Linking on the same web page
* Prevent caching of web pages by browsers
* Flash intro usage on web sites - Advantages and disadvantages
* Important points to remember when creating Flash intros