Building Web Sites All-in-One Desk Reference For Dummies

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John Wiley & Sons, Feb 3, 2007 - Computers - 768 pages
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From idea to online, your key to great-looking Web sites

Your one-stop guide to building a user-friendly site with professional flair

Whether you're building a site to keep in touch with others, sell products, or promote a cause, you want to make sure yours stands out in the crowd. This handy reference shows you how to design an accessible site, create graphics and navigation menus, build forms, insert sound and video, and keep your visitors coming back for more.

Discover how to

  • Plan, maintain, and promote a Web site
  • Design with users in mind
  • Work with HTML and CSS
  • Optimize graphic elements for the Web
  • Build your site with e-commerce functionality
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Book I Preparations
7
Book II Site Design
55
Book III Site Construction
121
Book IV Web Graphics
317
Book V Multimedia
399
Book VI Audience Interaction
479
Book VII ECommerce
569
Book VIII Site Management
633
Book IX Case Studies
693
Index
739
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Doug Sahlin is an author, photographer, and Web designer living in central Florida. His clients include attorneys, authors, artists, doctors, and musicians. He has written and coauthored over 16 books on office applications, Web design applications, and digital photography. His books have been translated into five foreign languages. When he’s not busy writing, photographing clients, or designing Web sites, he enjoys playing the guitar and dabbling in watercolor painting.

Claudia Snell is a new media designer based in Worcester, MA. She currently works as an online producer at the Worcester Telegram & Gazette, where she works with Web and multimedia design and video for Web. Previously, she has worked in an agency, as a freelance new media designer, and as a contract Web/multimedia designer in large corporate environments. She has been a guest speaker at the Boston Macromedia User Group, Society of Professional Communicators, Worcester Computer Society, and on the WPI Venture Forum radio show. She founded and managed the Worcester Macromedia User Group and was a frequent presenter. She has written for Macromedia The Edge and for FlashGoddess.com.

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