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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 24, 2002

    Good Book for Beginners

    If you are a beginner/intermediate user this book is great. What really piqued my interest was the warm and friendly responses to my questions that I received from the author himself. Kirupa really has gone the extra mile to make this book clear and helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 17, 2001

    FrontPage 2002: A Beginner's Guide

    Starting from introducing the FrontPage interface to integrating ActiveX controls and Java Applets into your web pages, the book has taken into consideration each and every aspect of Web Designing and Development the developers should be aware of. I really liked those 1-Minute Drills at the end of all major topics, and the Mastery Checks (with answers at the end of the book) and the Projects at the end of every module. I am sure they'll help you apply whatever you learned and make sure that you are on track, going in the right direction. All illustrations are clear and concise, and I am pretty sure they'll will help you a lot in getting yourself familiar with everything you can do with FrontPage 2002 at ease. 'FrontPage 2002 : A Beginner's Guide' - Yes, an excellent guide and a 'Must Have' for the beginners.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 17, 2001

    FrontPage 2002: A Beginner's Guide

    Kirupa Chinnathambi has written a wonderful book on FrontPage 2002. This book, aimed clearly at beginner/intermediate Web developers, covers all the features of FrontPage thoroghly. Unlike many of the books I have seen about FrontPage 2002, this book guides the reader by helping them master FrontPage by following step by step examples. Within two days, I was able to learn how to use FrontPage to create a Web site. The question and answers and mini-quizzes ensure that you have gained all that the author wanted you to know from that chapter. I highly recommend anybody interested in learning about FrontPage to give this book a shot. It will really help you to learn FrontPage 2002.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 17, 2001

    FrontPage 2002: A Beginner's Guide

    After reading the first couple of chapters, I was able to get my feet wet in using FrontPage 2002 to create a mini Web site. I figured that because this book was written by a 16 year old, the book would be lacking in content and depth. But I was completely surprised. This book's step by step instructions are simply great with detailed explanations. I was even able to contact the author himself for a small question, and he responded within the next few hours just as promised in his book. This book is a great resource for any beginner or intermediate developer. Not only do you learn the basics of FrontPage such as image editing and text inputting, you also learn how to save form data and use Web components.

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