Create your own website: using what you already know

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Sams, 2004 - Computers - 152 pages
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With the ever-increasing popularity of the World Wide Web, more and more individuals are creating their first Web sites. Many more would like to, but are either unaware of how to get started, or feel that they do not possess the computer expertise required to accomplish such a feat. The purpose of this book is to show you that creating a Web site is, (a) easy, and (b) fun. Building Web sites does not require that you be a computer whiz. Create Your Own Website (Using What You Already Know) will show you how to quickly and easily build a website using your personal computer. Specifically, this book examines creating five different types of websites: Family Hobby Community Informational e-Commerce

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Contents

Table of Contents Registering a Domain Name
30
Serving Web Pages with
37
Building Web Pages Using Web Page Customizing the Template
43
Copyright

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Create Your Own Website Using What You Already KnowAbout the Author

Create Your Own Website Using What You Already Know is author Scott Mitchell' s sixth book, his others being Sams Teach Yourself Active Server Pages 3.0 in 21 Days (Sams); Designing Active Server Pages (O' Reilly); ASP.NET: Tips, Tutorials, and Code (Sams); ASP.NET Data Web Controls Kick Start (Sams); and Teach Yourself ASP.NET in 24 Hours (Sams). Scott has also written a number of magazine articles, including articles for Microsoft' s MSDN Magazine and asp.netPRO, as well as hundreds of online articles on his website, 4GuysFromRolla.com.

Scott' s non-writing accomplishments include speaking at numerous technical user groups and conferences across the country. Scott has also taught numerous web technology classes at the University of California--San Diego University Extension. In addition to teaching and writing, Scott also is a software developer. He works as an independent consultant and has authored and sold a number of commercial software applications.

Scott lives in San Diego, California with his wife, Jisun, and dog, Sam.

You can learn more about Scott at http: //www.4GuysFromRolla.com/ScottMitchell.(c) Copyright Pearson Education. All rights reserved.

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