Sams Teach Yourself to Create Web Pages in 24 Hours

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Sams, 1998 - HTML (Document markup language) - 428 pages
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WYSIWYG Web page editors like Netscape Composer, Microsoft FrontPage, and many others have made it extremely easy to create and edit Web pages. No longer do aspiring Web publishers have to have an extensive understanding of HTML, scripting languages, and CGI scripting. Instead, these new tools allow the user to graphically create the Web page they desire, without hours of coding HTML.

This book is a teaches the beginning Web page author just what he needs to know to get a Web page up in the shortest time possible, using the tools that come packaged on the book's CD. It starts out introducing the reader to the included WYSIWYG tool (Netscape Composer), and moves into the steps necessary to design, create, and publish a page on the World Wide Web. The reader does not need to know anything about HTML.

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Ned Averill-Snell has been making technology make sense since 1986, when he began writing beginner's documentation for one of the world's largest software companies. After writing manuals and training materials for several major technology companies, Snell switched sides and became a computer journalist, serving as a writer and editor for two national magazines, Edge and Art & Design News.

A freelance writer since 1991, Snell has written more than two dozen computer books and hundreds of articles. Between books, Snell works as a professional actor in regional theater, commercials, and industrial films.

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