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Creating Web Pages
     

Creating Web Pages

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by Joe Kraynak
 

  • Covers all of today's most common Web design tools, including HTML, JavaScript, cascading style sheets, Dreamweaver, and Flash
  • Presents step-by-step instructions for 190 tasks using hundreds of screen shots with concise captions-all at a competitive price
  • This two-color, intermediate-level reference delivers solutions for a wide range of

Overview

  • Covers all of today's most common Web design tools, including HTML, JavaScript, cascading style sheets, Dreamweaver, and Flash
  • Presents step-by-step instructions for 190 tasks using hundreds of screen shots with concise captions-all at a competitive price
  • This two-color, intermediate-level reference delivers solutions for a wide range of Web design issues, from creating a layout template and establishing a color palette to adding interactivity, optimizing pages for ease of use and speed, and working with pictures and sound

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780764577260
Publisher:
Wiley
Publication date:
01/28/2005
Series:
Master VISUALLY Series
Pages:
448
Product dimensions:
8.10(w) x 9.10(h) x 1.20(d)

Meet the Author

Joe Kraynak Joe Kraynak has been writing and editing training manuals and computer books for over fifteen years. His long list of computer books include Internet: Top 100 Simplified Tips and Tricks, Google: Top 100 Simplified Tips and Tricks, and The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Computer Basics. Joe has a Master’s degree in English and a Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy and Creative Writing from Purdue University.

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Creating Web Pages 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The book aims at a cut above a complete beginner to the making of web pages. There's not much time wasted over explaining the basic HTML tags and how to put them together into a simple page. Instead, the book moves right along. Into more advanced issues like using base URLs to simplify your links by factoring out a common origin of data. Or how to format many pages by using CSS. Both internal and external. As a practical matter, your website might need to support itself with banner ads. So the book shows how frames can be used for this purpose. Then, if you want to spruce up the interactivity on the client side browser, for someone going to your website, there is a long discussion on using JavaScript. The level of programming here can get quite involved, depending on your needs. The book, like others in this series, is pretty focused. It's deliberately not as long as more comprehensive texts on this subject. But it aims at being more succinctly readable, for someone in a hurry.