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Slater RiverSlater River wrote on 08 Jun 2017 16:44
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When website designing you might want to have a readme.txt file in place for the users to know what to do, information about the created content, or contact information from the developer(s)/author(s).

When you create a readme.txt file you probably want it to look and sound professional and as helpful as you can be. Some helpful hints/cheats to having a good readme.txt file would of the following below.

  1. Make sure to include author contact information (Just in case there is an issue that needs help to be solved.)
  1. Be sure to include any legal information in order to avoid legal problems.
  1. Give the user instructions on how to setup the files. This might make the user to want to come back for more…

Remember these are tips but can be used at your own discretion.

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