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How to Do Everything: Microsoft Expression Web 2

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Master Microsoft Expression Web 2

Build dynamic, standards-based web sites for personal or professional use with help from this easy-to-follow guide. How to Do Everything: Microsoft Expression Web 2 shows you how to use all of the versatile features this powerful web design tool has to offer. Screenshots along with detailed text demonstrate how to build your site, style it with Cascading Style Sheets, add multimedia, and enable interactivity. You'll also get details on using PHP...

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Overview

Master Microsoft Expression Web 2

Build dynamic, standards-based web sites for personal or professional use with help from this easy-to-follow guide. How to Do Everything: Microsoft Expression Web 2 shows you how to use all of the versatile features this powerful web design tool has to offer. Screenshots along with detailed text demonstrate how to build your site, style it with Cascading Style Sheets, add multimedia, and enable interactivity. You'll also get details on using PHP and ASP.NET. Now it's easier than ever to get your web site up and running!

  • Build web pages and add and configure text and images
  • Link content in your site
  • View and edit XHTML code
  • Create and manage styles with Cascading Style Sheets
  • Lay out pages with dynamic web templates and layers
  • Organize content in tables and frames
  • Create JavaScript code to add behaviors for action and interaction
  • Include media elements using Silverlight, Flash, Microsoft Media, Java, and Podcasts
  • Collect and validate information with forms
  • Build dynamic pages with PHP and create ASP.NET web pages
  • Optimize, test, publish, and manage your web site
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780071545877
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
  • Publication date: 2/11/2009
  • Series: How to Do Everything Series
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 362
  • Product dimensions: 7.20 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Meet the Author

Donna L. Baker is a graphic designer and the author of more than 20 software titles. She has taught a number of web design and programming courses at the college level.

Rick Leinecker has written more than 12 retail video games for the PC, hundreds of articles, and dozens of books.

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Table of Contents

Part I: Build a Site with Microsoft Expression Web 2
Chapter 1. Take a Program Tour and Start Your Site
Chapter 2. Build a Page and Add Text
Chapter 3. Configure Images on a Page
Chapter 4. Link Content in Your Site
Part II: Style Your Site with Cascading Style Sheets
Chapter 5. Take Care of Code and Tags Manually
Chapter 6. Create and Manage Styles in Expression Web 2
Chapter 7. Design CSS-Based Layouts
Part III: Give Your Site Structure and Pizzazz
Chapter 8. Lay Out Pages with Dynamic Web Templates and Layers
Chapter 9. Organize Content in Tables and Frames
Chapter 10. Use Behaviors for Action and Interaction
Chapter 11. Insert Media Elements
Part IV: Use Dynamic Pages and Publish Your Site
Chapter 12. Collect and Validate Information with Forms
Chapter 13. Build Dynamic Pages with PHP
Chapter 14. Work with ASP.NET
Chapter 15. Make Your Site Available to Everyone
Chapter 16. Test and Publish the Site
Part V: Appendixes
Appendix A. XHTML Tag Attributes
Appendix B. Style Properties and Values
Index

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