WWW pages should have `signatures', so that users know where to send their comments. In fact, it is a good idea to ask explicitly for the user's suggestions, comments, criticisms, etc.

A signature usually appears at the bottom of every page, with a typical signature being the creator's name, followed by their e-mail address, (e.g. and phone number. The creator's name even can be a link to a biography, where he or she can include additional contact information and professional background information.

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