FrontPage 2000 for Dummies Quick Reference : Quick Reference
Start building sophisticated, professional-looking Web pages today ...without memorizing long lists of commands or mucking through reference books the size of a metropolitan telephone directory. Instead, get in and get out -- and get back to work -- with exactly the information you need, in clear, concise, easy-to-understand terms. FrontPage 2000 For Dummies Quick Reference delivers what you need to know when you need to know it, all in one slim, compact book. Get instant advice on how to build great-looking Web pages, whether you're a beginner or a professional Web designer. Create, edit, publish, and administer your pages with FrontPage's Web-management tools, and have FrontPage write all that HTML code for you. Navigate your way through various FrontPage toolbars and views, and follow each task in easy, step-by-step instructions that are listed alphabetically in each separate section of the book. Filled with helpful icons that show you what's where in plain-English explanations, FrontPage 2000 For Dummies Quick Reference is a welcome reference book that leaves the techno-babble behind.
- Paperback | 224 pages
- 147.32 x 213.36 x 17.78mm | 113.4g
- 07 May 1999
- John Wiley & Sons Inc
- Hungry Minds Inc,U.S.
- Foster City, United States
Table of contents
Intro: How to Use This Book. PART I: Getting to Know FrontPage 2000. PART II: The Basics of Webs and Web Pages. PART III: Working with FrontPage 2000 Projects. PART IV: Building Web Sites with the FrontPage Editor. PART V: Image Editing in FrontPage 2000. PART VI: Using FrontPage 2000 with Office 2000. PART VII: Advanced Features in FrontPage 2000. Glossary: Techie Talk. Book Registration Information.
About Damon A. Dean
Damon Dean is the author of Web Channel Development For Dummies, also published by IDG Books Worldwide, Inc., as well as The Pocket Tour of Multimedia on the Internet, published by Sybex. The author of nearly 100 articles on computers and gaming, Dean also claims to know a thing or two about the Internet. After spending six delirious years in the multimedia and computer games industry, he now spends his time Working the Web for 415 Productions. As is required of all UCLA graduates, Dean is currently finishing up his first black-and-white movie short in his spare time.