Effective website development: tools and techniques

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Pearson/Addison-Wesley, 2005 - Computers - 476 pages
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[Shelving category: Internet, Web Programming] The phenomenal growth of the World Wide Web has brought with it the need for people to program increasingly sophisticated websites in order to display information in an intuitive and efficient way. Effective Website Development examines the entire Web development project lifecycle and covers a range of Web development tools and techniques including XML, XHTML and Dreamweaver. The AUTHOR takes a step-by-step approach, leading from one concept to the next, and provides the reader with the expertise to design, build and maintain dynamic websites. This book is ideal for undergraduates taking courses in Web design or Internet computing and, as it assumes no prior Web programming knowledge, is also the perfect introduction for anyone with an interest in this exciting subject area. Features Split into four parts to reflect the various stages of a website's development. Easily accessible, jargon-free language. Loaded with examples to reinforce your understanding of the concepts. Uses complete Web programs rather than fragments so that you can run and test the whole program directly. Exercises throughout and at the END of chapters to help you practice the concepts and gain a genuine understanding. Keith Darlington is a senior lecturer at London South Bank University. There is an accompanying website for this book containing resources for both students and lecturers at www.booksites.net/darlington.

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Planning and preparation of a website
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Designing for visual aspects and navigation
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