Web design virtual classroom

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Osborne/McGraw-Hill, Apr 24, 2001 - Computers - 272 pages
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Get the classroom experience at home! Here is the revolutionary new way to learn to design Web sites and Web graphics. The book's casual writing style and easy-to-follow, step-by-step approach combine to teach you Web design essentials, including storyboarding your site, gathering content, using the latest software and tools, working with frames, adding multimedia, and much more. Pop in the CD-ROM and follow along as your own on-screen guru explains and demonstrates the techniques discussed in the text.

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Contents

Whar Aind oI Web Site 0o Vou Need?
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The We re nere Web Site
11
Web Sites That SeA Prnducts and Services
17
Copyright

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About the author (2001)

Since the late 1990s, Laurie Ulrich has authored and co-authored more than 20 books on computers, software, and their creative and effective use. Recent publications include "Restoring and Retouching with Photoshop Elements 2," and "The Photoshop Complete Reference," establishing her expertise in photo restoration and creating original graphics for print and the Web,"" In addition to writing computer books, Laurie teaches at local universities, corporate training centers, and for her own clients--she has trained more than 10,000 people to use computers and software since the early 1980s, and will be training many more, as her training expands to online and CD-based courses in early 2004. Laurie also runs her own firm, Limehat & Company, Inc., providing general computer consulting with a focus on marketing and making effective use of the Web.
Despite the obvious focus on computers, Laurie also finds time for her husband, Robert Fuller (who wrote Chapter 18 in this book), and for her family, which includes three cats and several humans. You can read more about Laurie at www.planetlaurie.com, where you can find links to her other Web sites and information on causes near and dear to her heart.

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