Creative Content for the Web

Creative Content for the Web

by Marc Million

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Examines how the web differs from other media, looks at technologies that drive it and how they impact content, and considers the electronic reader. Part I is theoretical and looks at the background of the web, covering the web interface, the theory of hyperlinked non- linear documents, the economics of web publishing, and net culture. Part II is practical and covers creating and structuring hypertext, writing for the web, editing and maintenance, HTML versus PDF, and basics of design. A final chapter looks at underlying issues such as privacy, plagiarism, and freedom of speech. Of interest to writers, academics, and content providers. The author is a new media consultant and publisher. Distributed by ISBS. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (

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