Web 101

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Pearson/Addison Wesley, Jan 19, 2007 - Computers - 895 pages
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As the Internet continues to develop as the central resource for entertainment, news, communication, and research, Web 101 continues to include all the tools readers need to acquire a foundational understanding of the online resources available today and how to take full advantage of the Web's power. Lehnert and Kopec cover the fundamentals of the Internet's most popular features—communication tools, e-mail, searching, personal safety, and software—with new material on social networking and Web construction and design. Web 101 gives readers all the background information and tools they need to become proficient users and savvy content-providers of the Internet.
Getting Started; Personal Safety Online; E-mail Management; Web 2.0; Find What You Want—Fast!; Software on the Internet; E-Commerce; Encryption and the Internet; Basic Web Page Construction; Advanced Web Page Construction; HTML Character Codes; Style Sheets; File Types; Copyright Law. For all readers interested in the fundamentals of the Internet's most popular features.

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Things to Remember 59 Important Concepts 59
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First Things First
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Copyright

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About the author (2007)

Wendy G. Lehnert teaches in the Department of Computer Science for UMASS-Amherst, where she developed the course upon which Web 101 is based.

Richard Kopec is a professor of Computer Science at Saint Edward's University in Texas. Kopec's professional interests include Internet technology, Internet applications, Web page programming, and computer architecture and design. He received his PhD at Indiana University, Bloomington.

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