CIW E-Commerce Designer Certification Bible

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Wiley, Aug 29, 2001 - Computers - 752 pages
This is the very first work on the Certified Internet Webmaster E-Commerce exam, in our dependable Certification Bible format, to appeal to motivated test-takers as well as those responsible for implementing e-commerce on the job.

CIW E-Commerce Designer Certification Bible closely follows Prosoft Training's curriculum and their objectives for the CIW E-Commerce exam. Throughout the chapters and exercises, the authors use a mock Web site, created to be used as a case-study for all phases of design and development. Topics include legal issues, marketing to the web, online promotion techniques, building a web site, attracting e-customers, supporting business-to-business activities, using online storefront packages, working with IIS, working with Site Server (Commerce Edition), customization, transaction security, and management.

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Contents

ECommerce in Context
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ECommerce in Context
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ECommerce Overview 3
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Copyright

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About the author (2001)

About the Authors Chris Minnick is the founder, lead Web application developer, and business manager of Minnick Web Services. He has over 15 years of programming experience and has been developing Web sites since 1994. Margaret T. Minnick is the co-president and lead designer of Minnick Web Services, where she also works on content management and application development. She has been designing and developing Web sites since 1997. Ed Tittel is a 19-year computer industry veteran. He is currently the President of LANWrights, Inc. and Vice President of IT Certifications at Leaplt.com. Ed stays busy writing books (he has 110 titles to his credit) and magazine articles, teaching, and consulting.

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