Creating Web Pages for Dummies, Volume 1

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IDG Books Worldwide, 1998 - Computers - 359 pages
Whether you want to post a personal home page or a business Web site on the world Wide Web, "Creating Web Pages For Dummies" is the book for you! With this easy-to-follow reference, you quickly find out how to create a Web page, place it on a Web server for little or no cost, and view your own home page on the Web after only a couple of hours of work! Also, discover how to add graphics, formatting, hypertext links, and even multimedia to create a first-rate page and become a Web publishing expert overnight!

Use "Creating Web Pages For Dummies" the fun and easy way:

Discover how to use a wide range of Web page creation tools already online, including tools to use on America Online, CompuServe, and Prodigy

Create Web pages with or without using HTML

Place your Web pages on a Web server -- sometimes you can even do it for free!

Produce simple, clear Web pages and link them with easy-to-use Web sites

Uncover Web page basics including how to format text, create links, and add graphics

Find examples of great sites from businesses and individuals to show you how to publish easily

Plus Top Ten Lists of Web publishing dos and don'ts

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It talks on and on about sites like yahoo, google, flicker. It is of course out dated now. It made me sleepy. I couldn't learn from it. Read full review

Contents

introduction
1
Get Started With Web Publishing
7
Being a Player on the Stage of the World Wide Web
13
Copyright

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About the author (1998)

Smith has worked as a computer data entry clerk and computer programmer, technical writer, computer journalist, and product manager.

Bud E. Smith is a computer book author with over 12 years of publishing experience. "Creating Web Pages For Dummies," 7th Edition, is one of over a dozen books Bud has written; his Wiley Publishing, Inc. titles include "Internet Marketing For Dummies" and "Web Usability For Dummies." In addition to writing books, Bud has been a computer magazine editor and product marketing manager.
Bud got his start with computers in 1983, when he left a promising career as a welder for a stint as a data-entry clerk. Bud then moved to the Silicon Valley to join a startup company, followed by work for Intel, IBM, Apple, and AOL. His work and interests led him to acquire a degree in Information Systems Management from the University of San Francisco.

Arthur Bebak received a degree in Computer Engineering at the University of Illinois, which he attended on a fencing scholarship. He has designed mainframes, managed large engineering projects, and studied business administration. Arthur is founder of Netsurfer Communications, Inc., a highly successful electronic publishing company, and is an accomplished author.
At Netsurfer, Arthur oversees a large staff of people who create Web sites for numerous clients. They also write, edit, and publish several Web-based e-zines.

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