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The following site styles have been chosen by your graphic designer to coordinate with your new website's design. The different colors and sizes help signal information hierarchy:
- Use Subhead1 to explain what is in each section.
- Use Subhead2 when necessary to provide additional context within the topic of Subhead1.
Normal - Use Normal as your regular text.
- Use Hyperlink to represent a functional link to a third-party site, document, or another webpage on your website.
Use lots of subheads / headings to create a hierarchy of importance on pages. Make sure they are descriptive. Well-written headings are an important tool for helping users scan quickly.
Make sure that subheads are specific and detailed. Users will likely have difficulty understanding vague, generalized subheads, but will find descriptive subheads easier to use.
Basic HTML for Modules
Boards & Commissions
Contact Box (IA)
Module Category Titles
Agendas & Minutes
Bids & Procurements
Report a Concern
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