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Brighton & Hove Food and Drink Festival

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Brighton & Hove Food and Drink Festival

Brighton & Hove Food and Drink Festival

Screen shot by J Kyrnin courtesy Brighton & Hove Food and Drink Festival

http://www.brightonfoodfestival.com/

This is a bright and fun page. There is a lot of content, but it's got decent typography and so isn't overwhelming. There is a rotating image gallery at the top a video towards the middle, a dynamic menu, and even a Twitter feed in the right column.

The HTML is HTML5 with CSS3 features, but there aren't many HTML5 features included on this site beyond the DTD. However, I don't find this site inspiring because of the code. I am inspired by this site by how it was built — with a no-code WYSIWYG editor — Adobe Muse.

If you've been building web pages for a long time you may be inclined to scoff at web pages designed and built in 100% no-code WYSIWYG editors. But this page shows that you can create an interesting and dynamic page without needing to know any HTML or CSS.

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