Reader-friendly

While developments in web-authoring tools like Microsoft FrontPage, for example, provide some built-in design help for authors, these tools still require some knowledge of navigation design, particularly as it accommodates the specific content of the web-based text. In other words, authors should have some sense of what a reader-friendly text should look like and how the rhetorical situation may affect the design choices in order to use the formatting techniques of a web-authoring tool.

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