Small Websites, Great Results

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Paraglyph Press, 2005 - Computers - 279 pages
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The goal of this book is to serve as a design/idea book. Our mantra is that simplicity leads to great results. Small Web Sites, Great Results will show readers basic strategy and introduce them to the philosophy of doing more with less. The book features design guidelines to make sites look professional even on a small scale, techniques to get the hits from search engines, and more. Users will learn to construct a holistic Web presence that garners real results. An added benefit of this concept is that along with the book there is a simple Web site system, a series of pages, and scripts which will accommodate the principles presented in the book. Users may go to the site, download the frameworks, and instantly post them for their own use.

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User Review  - Krista Ehlers - Goodreads

Good reminder to web developers (doesn't have to have all the bells & whistles to work...) and a fairly non-technical overview of getting a website started. Read full review


A New Approach for Successful Websites
Follow the Leaders But Dont Imitate Them
What Makes a Great Small Site?

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About the author (2005)

Doug Addison has more than 10 years of web development and content management experience and has worked professionally with numerous web technologies, including HTML, JavaScript/DHTML, CSS, Apache, PHP, MySQL, and Dreamweaver. Doug worked on the Hoover's Online site and the StarDate and Weatherwise magazine web sites before starting his own web consultancy. He lives in Austin, Texas.

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