Create Your First iMac/Mac Web Page In a Weekend

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Provides new Mac users, many of whom will be first-time computer and Internet users, with a simple, step-by-step, and graduated approach to learning basic to intermediate HTML and planning and creating their first Web page. Additionally, over the course of a weekend, readers learn how to create their own personalized Web art, add audio and animation effects, and deploy Java applets, guest books, counters, and more.
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Overview

Provides new Mac users, many of whom will be first-time computer and Internet users, with a simple, step-by-step, and graduated approach to learning basic to intermediate HTML and planning and creating their first Web page. Additionally, over the course of a weekend, readers learn how to create their own personalized Web art, add audio and animation effects, and deploy Java applets, guest books, counters, and more.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780761521358
  • Publisher: Premier Press
  • Publication date: 8/1/1999
  • Series: In a Weekend Series
  • Edition description: BK&CD ROM
  • Pages: 445
  • Product dimensions: 7.45 (w) x 9.14 (h) x 1.05 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction
Friday Evening: Getting Started
What Tools Do You Need?
What Is the Internet?
What Is the Web?
Take a Break?
What Is Hypertext?
What Is Hypermedia?
What is HTML?
What is a URL?
What Is a Domain Name?
What Is a Web Page?
Wrapping Up
Saturday Morning: The Basic HTML Tutorial
Copying the Example Files
A Quick Word About HTML
The Scratch Pad Model
Starting Your HTML File
Starting Your Page: Document Tags
Saving a Starting Template
Saving Your HTML File
Previewing Your Work in Your Browser
Using Heading Level Tags
Creating Paragraphs and Line Breaks
Spacing, Tabs, and Returns
Adding Comments
Highlighting Your Text
Inserting Non-Keyboard Characters
Using Block Quotes
Using Preformated Text
Take a Break?
Creating Lists
Creating Hypertext Links
Creating Link Lists
Using Inline Images
Using Horizontal Rules
Signing Your Work
Saving Your Work
Wrapping Up
Saturday Afternoon: The Intermediate Tutorial
Which Browser Do You Need?
Getting Started
Working with Text
Workign with Images
Wrapping Text Around Images
Creating Image Links
Working with Lists
Take a Break?
Creating Icon Link Lists
Using Relative URLs
Workign with Rules
Using Graphic Rules
Working with Fonts
Using Background Colors and Images
Saving Your File
Working with Styles
Wrapping Up
Saturday Evening: Introduction to Adobe PageMill 3.0 (Bonus Session)
Getting the Software
Getting Started Setting Heading Levels
Increasing the Base Font Size
Hightlighting Text
Creating a Numbered List
Checking It Out in Your Browser
Creating a Bulleted List
Creating Hypertext Links
Creating Defintion Lists
Crating Block Quotes
Using Preformatted Text
Using Horizontal Rules
Creating an Address Block
Addin Inline Images
Take a Break?
Changing Font Sizes and Colors
Changing Fonts
Changing Text, Links, and Background Colors
Setting a Background Image
Using Anchors to Create a Table of Contents
Wrapping Up
Sunday Morning: Planning Your First Web Page
Getting Oriented
Defining Your Objective
Doing Your Outline
Selecting an Example Web Page
Take a Break?
Assembling Your Materials
Gathering Your URLs
Creating Your Mock-Up Text File
Drawing a Map (Optional)
Wrapping Up
Sunday Afternoon: Creating Your First Web Page
Getting Started
Choosing Your Approach
Saving Your Web Page File
Starting Your Page
Creating the Top Section (All Three Example Web Pages)
Take a Break?
Middle Section (First Example Web Page)
Middle Section (Second Example Web Page)
Middle Section (Third Example Web Page)
Take a Break?
Bottom Section (All Three Example Web Pages)
Extra Options for the Whole Page
Wrapping Up
Appendix A: Resources
Web Publishing References
Macintosh Web Publishing Software Tools
Web Graphic Sources
Appendix B: Special Characters
Reserved Characters
Unused Characters
Special Characters
Appendix C: Creating Tables
Getting Started
What's Covered
Creating HTML 3.2 Tables
Creating Icon Link Lists Using Tables
Creating HTML 4.0 Tables
Appendix D: Putting It Up On the Web
Finding a Web Host
What You Need to Know
FTP Programs for Transferring and Maintaining Web Pages
Using Fetch to Transfer Your Pages
Using PageMill to Transfer Your Pages
Appendix E: HTML-Past and Future
Basic HTML: HTML 1.0 and HTML 2.0
Ad Hoc HTML: Netscape and Microsoft Extensions
A Failed Initiative: HTML 3.0
Current HTML: HTML 3.2 and HTML 4.0
XML and XHTML
Appendix F: What's on the CD-ROM
The Prima License
The Prima User Interface
Accessing the Book Examples
The Software
Glossary
Index
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