Building Really Annoying Web Sites
This is the tongue-in-cheek, hands-on guide to all those annoying effects you've seen on other sites and secretly desired for your own. Building Really Annoying Web Sites is a subversive new book that will teach you the long sought-after secrets of how to add all sorts of truly irritating effects to your own personal Web pages. These include all our old favourites, such as: Making all the menus and buttons in a browser window disappear; Changing a cursor's shape, without the user's permission; Creating impossible-to-close pop-up windows; Adding aggravating Flash animations and movies; Trapping users in framed pages if they try to link off your page; Each annoying effect is followed by a section explaining why it would be wrong to add that effect to a Web page and suggesting a more appropriate approach that well-intentioned users can take, if they so desire. So, it's entirely possible that designers wanting to create non-annoying Web pages might also buy this book, to learn what not to do.
- Paperback | 304 pages
- 187.96 x 231.14 x 17.78mm | 476.27g
- 01 Oct 2001
- John Wiley & Sons Inc
- Hungry Minds Inc,U.S.
- Foster City, United States
About Michael Miller
Internet Browser The Man Behind It All Michael Miller has been annoying people since 1958, when he showed up late for his birth, to the consternation of all concerned. Since then he's written more than three dozen how-to books on a wide variety of topics. People claim that he has not only an annoying personality but also a purposefully subversive nature. His biggest regret is that he doesn't yet have an FBI file. (That he knows of ...)