About the Author In 1994, Charlie Morris was working for a print magazine that was looking for a less expensive way to publish. Someone suggested trying a new medium called the World Wide Web, and The Web Developer's Journal became one of the first online magazines. Charlie had a major hand in turning The Web Developer's Journal into a respected authority on current Web development toots and techniques. Also, Charlie has created Web sites for many businesses both large and small and has written articles on Web design and multimedia for various print and online magazines. He Lives in Florida with his wife and a Wussel cat.
Creating Web Pages Weekend Crash Courseby Charlie Morris
Learn to build Web pages -- FAST! With Creating Web Pages Weekend Crash Course, you'll get up to speed on how to create dynamic Web pages in a single weekend! This book covers all the skills necessary to create a simple but full-featured Web site that includes attractively formatted text and graphics, animation, audio and video, as well as automated user feedback. The author discusses several different WYSIWYG editors (not just one), and their pros and cons, but will also offer a good grounding in correct, standard HTML. The book includes simple explanations and practical examples of current technologies such as XML, dynamic page generation, and streaming media.
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