Creating Web pages for dummies

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IDG Books Worldwide, 1996 - Computers - 337 pages
* Focusing on the needs of the first-time Web page creator, this plain-English guide shows how to build a basic personal site in no time * Updated to cover the latest trends and tools, including blogs, photo-hosting sites, and Google Page Creator * Covers super-easy Web creation options (such as MySpace, Flikr, and Blogger), simple Web building alternatives (such as Google Page Creator and Yahoo! SiteBuilder), and more advanced techniques for creating robust, feature-rich pages (such as Dreamweaver and HTML coding) * The number of personal Web pages is exploding: MySpace has over 50 million registered users, Technorati has registered 23.3 million blogs, and Flickr has 2 million users who have posted more than 100 million photos

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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

Introducción
1
Cómo empezar a crear una publicación Web
9
La estrategia para publicar en la Web
27
Copyright

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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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