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    Does anyone have a sample of one?

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    There really isn't one as such that I know. It's not a bad idea, but because websites (the good ones, anyway) are so individual, there really isn't a template for even laying out a website.

    What I would suggest you do is open up Word (or your favorite word processor other than Word) and list off your requirements in a numbered list.
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    If you'd like I can give you the basic files I usually start off with. (I use html 4.01 strict btw)

    It's a top navigation div website. Just replace the logo's and other images and you've got yourself a nicely laid out website.

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    I think what she's talking about is a Word doc for requirements for a website.
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    Oh well, now that you mention it. I think you're completely right. I feel like an idiot now. Haha.

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    Of all the sites I've done, there have been so many differences that a "requirements" page is more base on the clients wishes... Not mine. I do pretty much the same thing from my end ( coding, navigation, usability, functionality etc ), I just combine it with the clients "requirements" to come up with the project scope.

    I'm sure if you dig around enough on the Internet, you'll find numerous "checklist" of what some think are "requirements", but the last few I had seen were more "wish list" than anything.

    If you ask a designer, a developer, and a client looking for a site... You'll probably get 3 different list with very little overlap.

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    I agree, I usually just start from the top and work my way down.

    There are things you learn while coding, such as footer navigation. The importance of small images. And other things.


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