Using Microsoft FrontPage 2000, Volume 1

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Que Publishing, 1999 - Computers - 1213 pages
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Special Edition Using Microsoft FrontPage 2000 is an all-in-one guide to designing, creating, and publishing on the World Wide Web and on intranets with the leading tool on the market. The book fully documents the product and its features, but it also gives you a solid foundation in the principles of planning and design. More advanced coverage shows you how to integrate Web sites with databases and add Dynamic HTML, XML, and Java applets to your Web sites.

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Neil Randall is the author or co-author of several Web-related books, including Using HTML, World Wide Web Unleashed, and Teach Yourself the Internet in 21 Days. A leading authority on Web development tools and technologies, he is also a contributing editor with PC Magazine and writes the magazine┐s biweekly PC Tech Tutor column. Dennis Jones is a freelance technical writer, software trainer, creative writing teacher, and novelist. He has used FrontPage since its first Vermeer Technologies version, and has taught thousands of people how to use it to create both simple and complex Web sites.

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