Go high tech at low cost with this easy-to-understand, yet thorough, guide to building a Web site, regardless of your experience level. Here, you can learn from more than 200 screen shots and illustrations, produce a professional-quality Web site using a variety of page design tools, and then keep your Web site functioning and up-to-date.
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Stop dreaming and start building that Web site! This one-stop resource demystifies the process, showing you step-by-step how to plan for, construct, and publish your own Web site. Connect to a remote server, get a domain name, and gather content. Then, construct pages using a variety of tools. Learn to use pictures and graphics, format text, create links and animation, take advantage of interactivity, and input forms. Build Your Own Web Site is a complete and illustrated step-by-step guide to the skills, tools, and accessories you'll need to produce professional-level Web sites in no time.
David Karlins (Berkeley, CA) is an author, Web designer, and teacher who creates Web sites for theaters, concerts, production studios, non-profits, and other clients. He teaches Web design at San Francisco State University's Multimedia Studies Program. Karlins is co-author (with David Elderbrock) of FrontPage 2002 Bible, which has sold over 110,000 copies in the past two editions. His other books include Teach Yourself FrontPage in a Week (over 25,000 copies sold).
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Book Description McGraw-Hill Osborne Media, 2003. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 1. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0072229535