HTML Publishing on the Internet: Everything You Need to Create Professional-looking Web Pages

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Coriolis Ventana, 1998 - Computers - 721 pages
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-- Guides readers on creating a home page and hyperlinks; building graphics, video and sound into documents.
-- Features examples and templates, with tips on layout and nonlinear organization.
-- Shows how to save time and money by down-loading components of the new technologies from the Web and the CD-ROM.

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Contents

Designing Structuring Your Web Site
31
Individual Web Page Design Tips
47
Creating Editing HTML Documents
55
Copyright

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About the author (1998)

Brent Heslop is an avid Word user. He has coauthored more than 15 books and written numerous magazine articles using Word. He also works as a consultant and teaches HTML publishing and interactive programming classes. His books include "Microsoft Word 2000 Bible" and "Word 97 Bible" (published by Wiley).

David Angell is a computer industry writer and consultant. He has used Word as his word processing workbench since the early days of Word for MS-DOS. David has authored and coauthored more than 14 books. His books include "Word 2000 Bible, Word 97 Bible," and "DSL For Dummies" (all published by Wiley). David is also a principal in angell.com, an Internet and ISDN consulting and technical communications firm.

Peter Kent has used Microsoft Word for 14 years to write 50 books, scores of technical manuals, and literally thousands of magazine articles and corporate documents. He has worked in the software development business for nearly 22 years, designing and testing software, writing documentation, and training users. He is the author of the widely reviewed and praised "Poor Richard's Web Site." Today, he is vice president of marketing for Indigio, an e-services firm.

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