Absolute Beginner's Guide to Creating Web Pages

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Que Publishing, 2002 - Computers - 368 pages
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Absolute Beginner's Guide to Creating Web Pages assumes that readers are true beginners - no prior Web page experience is necessary!

This hands-on tutorial teaches readers the fundamentals of creating Web pages, along with more advanced ideas like message areas, chat, and e-commerce options to make the page look like it was created by a professional. The book begins by explaining the need for HTML and the basics of good Web page design. It then covers using HTML tags and tools, formatting text, adding images, and building links. Later chapters demonstrate how to add features to Web pages including tables, colors, frames, multimedia content, JavaScript, Style Sheets and Dynamic HTML. The author has also included several hundred pages of useful additional information, perfect for the beginning Web designer.

  

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Absolute Beginner's Guide to Creating Web Pages

User Review  - keewrep2k - Overstock.com

This book has a very major weakness. A lot of HTML code is given without showing how this code would actually appear on a webpage. This is really quite confusing at times. Read full review

Contents

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About the author (2002)

Todd Stauffer is the author or co-author of more than 25 computing books, including HTML Web Publishing 6-in-1, HTML by Example with Ann Navarro, and Creating Your Own AOL Web Page with Andy Shafran. Stauffer has written for a number of magazines, including Publish magazine, Silicon Alley Reporter, Working Woman, and MacAddict.

Todd has worked as an advertising writer, technical writer, and magazine editor, all in consumer-oriented computing. Outside of computing, he's also a humor columnist and a travel/automotive writer. You can reach him via his Web site, at http://www.mac-upgrade.com.

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