SIGIA-L Mail Archives: [Sigia-l] Re: how do you make HTML wireframes
[Sigia-l] Re: how do you make HTML wireframes
>To make sure I'm being comprehensive, if you make HTML wireframes, how
>do you make them?
I just hand code HTML in wordpad.
And... (dramatic pause before the horror) ... I use table layouts to
create basic positioning of elements (such as a two column layout) if
I have to.
Shocking, isn't it.
nav 1 | nav 2 | nav 3</p>
<h1>the title of the page</h1>
<h2>this is what the page is all about, it is the main page innit</h2>
<p>Lorum ipsum la dee dah ad infinitum</p>
Personally, I don't want to get into the design of CSS or start
getting bogged down in labeling page elements at the wireframe stage.
If a client needs an HTML wireframe then I would try to keep it as
basic as poss: no style, no 'design' just bigger and littler words and
a few image placeholders.
hope this helps.
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