[thelist] Single- or multiple-page articles?

Dan Romanchik dan at danromanchik.com
Thu Jun 27 08:29:01 CDT 2002

Last week, I attended a talk by Mario Garci of Garcia Media, the company
that redesigned the Wall Street Journal, and he recommends single page
designs. I would have to agree. I don't know about you, but I hate sites
like CNet that make you scroll through three or more pages to read a single
article. The reason they do this, of course, is to cram in more advertising,
but I think it makes it much more difficult for the reader to get through an

Dan Romanchik - Web Developer
dan at danromanchik.com, 734-930-6564

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[mailto:thelist-admin at lists.evolt.org]On Behalf Of Joel Konkle-Parker
Sent: June 26, 2002 10:06 PM
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Subject: [thelist] Single- or multiple-page articles?

I'm interested in your thoughts on whether online articles (reviews,
etc) are better represented as one long page, or as multiple shorter
pages. Any thoughts? Both from the perspective of the reader, and
that of the webmaster.

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