Creating Web Pages for Dummies

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Wouldn’t you love to have a Web site? Creating Web Pages For Dummies gets you up and running toward getting your Web site up and running! It describes how to:

  • Use simple HTML techniques, add images, and put your page...
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Overview

www.yournamehere.com

Wouldn’t you love to have a Web site? Creating Web Pages For Dummies gets you up and running toward getting your Web site up and running! It describes how to:

  • Use simple HTML techniques, add images, and put your page on the Web for all the world to see—free
  • Design Web-friendly sites
  • Take advantage of free tools like Netscape Composer
  • Use Yahoo! GeoCities as a free Web space provider
  • Obtain and create Web-friendly graphics and use GIF and JPEG formats
  • Add video, audio, animation, and more
  • Incorporate META tags and hyperlinks

Creating Web Pages for Dummies was written by Bud E. Smith, author of several For Dummies books, and Arthur Bebak, founder of Netsurfer Communications and publisher and Executive Editor of Netsurfer. From nervously creating that first page to confidently developing a more sophisticated, multi-page, personal or business Web site, the book provides the essential how-to and the bonus CD-ROM provides the essential tools:

  • Mozilla, Mozilla Thunderbird, and Mozilla Firefox
  • A trial version of Macromedia Dreamweaver MX 2004
  • Evaluation versions of Paint Shop Pro and Animation Shop

Whether you want to create your very own blog, share video, photos, and info with friends and family, or build a dynamic Web site that will help you build your business, Creating Web Pages For Dummies is a practical, unintimidating guide to getting your Web page online in no time.

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Getting ready to create your first web page(s)? Don’t know where to start? Creating Web Pages for Dummies, Seventh Edition demystifies every step of the process -- and we mean every step.

Just follow the directions, as you create your text file in the “language of the Internet,” HTML, spice it up with graphics and links, preview it, get web server space, transfer your files there, even check to make sure everything’s working.

Want a free site? The authors walk you through publishing with Yahoo! GeoCities. Want a blog, your personal web diary? That’s covered, too -- also free, courtesy of Google’s Blogger. Most of the software and trialware you need to get started is on the accompanying CD-ROM, too. Suddenly, publishing web pages isn’t just easy, it’s dirt cheap, too. Bill Camarda, from the December 2004 Read Only

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Whether you want to post a personal home page or a business Web site on the World Wide Web, do it the quick and easy way with this step-by-step book and accompanying CD-ROM. Discover the wide range of creation tools already on-line, how to create Web pages with or without HTML; placing your Web pages on a Web server (sometimes for free!); learn how to add graphics, formatting, hypertext links, and even multimedia to create a first-rate page without being an HTML pro!
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780764582219
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 7/28/2000
  • Series: For Dummies Series
  • Edition description: 4TH PKG
  • Edition number: 4
  • Product dimensions: 6.62 (w) x 9.20 (h) x 1.17 (d)

Meet the Author

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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Table of Contents

Pt. I Create a Web page today 7
Ch. 1 Web page publishing basics 9
Ch. 2 Going worldwide with GeoCities 29
Ch. 3 Web publishing with AOL and other ISPs 45
Ch. 4 Introduction to HTML 63
Pt. II Building pages 89
Ch. 5 Choosing your tools 91
Ch. 6 Creating your home page 109
Ch. 7 Filling in your home page 127
Ch. 8 Adding links to your Web page 145
Pt. III Better, stronger, faster pages 159
Ch. 9 Creating and adding Web-ready graphics 161
Ch. 10 Placing graphics right (and left) 179
Ch. 11 Designing a good-looking page 189
Ch. 12 Publishing your Web pages 205
Pt. IV Getting interactive 219
Ch. 13 Adding animation and multimedia 221
Ch. 14 Adding more interactivity 235
Ch. 15 Creating a full Web site 245
Ch. 16 Becoming a wizard with blogs 265
Pt. V The part of tens 279
Ch. 17 Ten Web publishing do's 281
Ch. 18 Ten Web publishing don'ts 287
Pt. VI Appendixes 293
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