About the Authors David Elderbrock has worked as a technical consultant and Web application developer. He got his start as an Internet developer at the University of California, Berkeley, where he helped design an online reading and composition database for writing instructors while finishing a PhD in English. Since 1995 he has worked with dot-com startups, small businesses, and large corporations to help them create and manage online applications to facilitate communication, knowledge sharing, and learning. He is the principal author of Building Successful Internet Businesses and a contributing author of Producing Web Hits, both published by Hungry Minds (formerly IDG Books Worldwide). David is founder and principal of Literate Technologies, LLC, located in Madison, Wisconsin. David Karlins is a FrontPage Web designer, consultant, teacher, and the author or co-author of several FrontPage books. David designs Web sites for the art, music, and theater communities, and his ppinet.com Web site provides resources for FrontPage Web developers. In addition to Microsoft FrontPage Bible, David Karlins's recent books include Create FrontPage Web Pages in a Weekend, Teach Yourself FrontPage 98 in a Week, MCSD: Designing & Implementing Web Sites with Microsoft FrontPage (MCSD Exam 70-055), FrontPage 2002 Virtual Classroom, and The Complete Idiot's Guide to Flash 5.
FrontPage 2002 Bibleby David Elderbrock, David Karlins
FrontPage is the most widely used Web publishing program in the world with over 2 million users worldwide. Only the FrontPage Bible gives you coverage of non-Microsoft tools commonly used with FrontPage such as Adobe Photoshop, DreamWeaver, and Flash. FrontPage is popular as an
Your 100% complete resource to quickly creating and managing dynamic
FrontPage is the most widely used Web publishing program in the world with over 2 million users worldwide. Only the FrontPage Bible gives you coverage of non-Microsoft tools commonly used with FrontPage such as Adobe Photoshop, DreamWeaver, and Flash. FrontPage is popular as an entry-level Web site development tool. Office users appreciate its familiar menus, templates and wizards, and easy integration with other Office apps. This is for fast-paced beginners, intermediate users, and experienced users who want to become "power users." FrontPage "X" Bible is written for both the new FrontPage user who wants to get up to speed quickly and the experienced FrontPage user who wants to be more productive and get the most out of FrontPage.* Learn the tips, tricks and lessons that Web design professionals know, without the years of experience or formal training
* Find out how to use FrontPage with other applications such as Flash and Dreamweaver
* Protect your site and your customers by getting the latest info on Internet Security
* Put your business online and learn how to serve customers, record data and fulfill orders automatically with your FrontPage Web site
* Maximize database connections to your Web site
* Made with the do-it-yourself-er in mind
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This big book goes over the same thing over and over again. I have never used FrontPage, and I still found the book to be too basic. I was hoping to learn more practical information. If you are looking to just get familiar with FrontPage, this book is perfect. If you are looking for a book to reference to, this is not the book.