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Designing for the Web differs in many ways from designing for print. Happy to write, the web has changed so much since we started this page in 1995 and we have been busy doing other things that the best you get is our best wishes in your hunt for geat design solutions.

web 1. something formed by or as if by weaving or interweaving. 2. a thin, silken material spun by spiders and the larvae of some insects, as the webworms and tent caterpillars; cobweb. 4. something resembling woven material, esp. something having an interlaced or latticlike appearance: He looked up at the web of banches of the old tree. 5. an intricate set or pattern of circumstances, facts, etc.: The thief was convicted by a web of evidence. Who can understand the web of life? 6. something that snares or entangles; a trap (Webster's, p. 2154)

network, webwork, weaving, meshwork, tissue, crossing over and under, interlacement, intertwinement, intertexture, texture, reticulum, reticulation; crossing-out, cancellation; net, netting; mesh, meshes; web, webbing; weave, weft; lace, lacery, lacing, lacework; screen, screening; sieve, riddle, raddle; wicker, wickerwork; basketwork, basketry; lattice, latticework; hachure, hatching, cross-hatching; trellis, trelliswork; grate, grating; grille, grillwork; grid, gridiron; tracery, fretwork, fret, arabesque, filigree; plexus, plexure; reticle, reticule; wattle; dicty(o)-, reticul(o)- or reticuli-, -spongium (Chapman, p. 137)

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