Creating Web Pages All-in-One Desk Reference For Dummies

Creating Web Pages All-in-One Desk Reference For Dummies

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Contains nine quick reference books in one plus cool software to get you started 9 books in 1 -- your key to Web page success Your one-stop guide to building beautiful Web pages -- with ease So you want to create dazzling Web pages but don't know where to start? Relax! This one-stop guide walks you through nine popular Web design topics, providing fast answers to the most frequently asked questions. From the basics of Web design and HTML to advanced topics like JavaScript and XML, this fun and easy guide delivers the know-how you need to create dynamic Web pages -- in no time! Discover how to: Develop and publish a successful Web site Register with a free Web host Animate your pages Have fun with graphics, sounds, and video Incorporate interactive content all this on the bonus CD-ROM Trial versions of Dreamweaver, Fireworks, and Flash Macromedia Paint Shop Pro evaluation version Adobe Photoshop tryouts, NetObjects ScriptBuilder for Windows trial, and BBEdit demo Get Smart! www dummies.com Find listings of all our books Create your own personalized book with Hungry Minds a la Carte Sign up for daily eTips at www dummiesdaily.com
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  • Paperback | 840 pages
  • 187.96 x 236.22 x 45.72mm | 1,224.69g
  • Hungry Minds Inc,U.S.
  • Foster City, United States
  • 076451542X
  • 9780764515422

Table of contents

Introduction. Book I: Web Page Basics. Chapter 1: Creating a Successful Web Site. Chapter 2: Building Your First Web Site. Chapter 3: Exploring the Essential Elements of Web Page Design. Chapter 4: Working with Graphics, Sounds, and Video. Chapter 5: Building Your Web Workshop. Chapter 6: Publishing Your Web Site. Chapter 7: Publicizing Your Web Site. Web Page Basics Index. Book II: HTML. Chapter 1: Creating an HTML Page. Chapter 2: Setting Background and Text Characteristics. Chapter 3: Adding Internal and External Links. Chapter 4: Working with Images. Chapter 5: Controlling Page Layout. Chapter 6: Creating Forms. Chapter 7: Working with Frames. Chapter 8: Developing Style Sheets. HTML Index. Book III: FrontPage 2002. Chapter 1: Getting to Know FrontPage. Chapter 2: Getting Started with FrontPage: Your First Web. Chapter 3: Customizing FrontPage to Your Liking. Chapter 4: Laying the Groundwork for Your Web Pages. Chapter 5: Getting the Basics on Your Page: Text, Tables, and Links. Chapter 6: Perking Up Your Pages with Buttons, Banners, and More. Chapter 7: Image Editing for Everyone. Chapter 8: Publishing Your Web Pages. FrontPage 2002 Index. Book IV: Dreamweaver. Chapter 1: Getting to Know Dreamweaver. Chapter 2: Getting Started with Dreamweaver: Your First Web Site. Chapter 3: Creating Basic Web Pages. Chapter 4: Incorporating Interactive Images. Chapter 5: Adding Multimedia Objects. Chapter 6: Punching Up Your Pages with Forms and Frames. Chapter 7: Laying Out Pages with Layers. Chapter 8: Animating Your Pages. Chapter 9: Publishing and Maintaining Your Site. Dreamweaver Index. Book V: Multimedia: Creating Graphics, Sound, Animations, Video, and Java Applets. Chapter 1: Creating Images for Your Web Pages. Chapter 2: Creating Audio, Video, and Animation Files. Chapter 3: Getting to Know Java. Chapter 4: Creating Java Applets: The Basics. Chapter 5: The Java Core API. Chapter 6: Java Errors and Exceptions. Multimedia: Creating Graphics, Sound, Animations, Video, and Java Applets Index. Book VI: JavaScript. Chapter 1: JavaScript Syntax and Keywords. Chapter 2: Basic JavaScript Constructs. Chapter 3: Working with the Document Object Model. Chapter 4: Exploring Built-in Data Types. Chapter 5: Defining and Using Functions. Chapter 6: Adding Interactivity with Event Handlers. Chapter 7: Working with Forms. Chapter 8: More Cool Things You Can Do with JavaScript. JavaScript Index. Book VII: Flash 5. Chapter 1: Getting to Know Flash. Chapter 2: Creating and Modifying Images. Chapter 3: Using Layers. Chapter 4: Creating Reusable Symbols. Chapter 5: Making Movies. Chapter 6: Optimizing Movies. Chapter 7: Publishing and Printing Your Movie. Chapter 8: Using Flash with Other Programs. Flash 5 Index. Book VIII: Adding E-Commerce Capability. Chapter 1: Getting to Know E-Commerce. Chapter 2: Simplified E-Commerce Solutions. Chapter 3: Hosted E-Commerce Solutions. Chapter 4: Create-Your-Own E-Commerce Solutions. Chapter 5: Online Marketing: The Key to a Successful E-Commerce Site. Adding E-Commerce Capability Index. Book IX: XML. Chapter 1: Getting to Know XML. Chapter 2: The XML Specification. Chapter 3: Designing a DTD. Chapter 4: Logical Structures. Chapter 5: Physical Structures. Chapter 6: Converting, Publishing, and Serving XML. XML Index. Book X: Appendix. Appendix: About the CD. Index. End-User License Agreement.
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About Eric J. Ray

Emily A. Vander Veer has written several Internet-related books, including JavaScript For Dummies and JavaBeans For Dummies. Her work has appeared in numerous online and print publications including Byte, CNET, Object Magazine, and WEBTechniques.
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