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The Weekend Crash Course series consists of 30 sessions over a period of three days. Each session is designed to take 30 minutes to complete, so the Crash Course is an intense 15-hour learning period beginning on Friday evening and ending on Sunday afternoon. Naturally, you can adapt your learning to whatever schedule best suits your needs.
HTML 4.01 Weekend Crash Course is written to meet the needs of the reader who is new to HTML and new to scripting and mark-up languages. However, through the use of carefully constructed roadmaps at the beginning of each session as well as pre- and post-assessment software on the CD-ROM, the book is also quite accessible to the reader who already has some knowledge of HTML or another scripting language.
PART I: Friday Evening.
Session 1: HTML and the Web.
Session 2: HTML for Web Page Creation.
Session 3: Web Page Design.
Session 4: Maintaining and Improving Your Web Site.
PART II: Saturday Morning.
Session 5: Text on Your HTML Page.
Session 6: Improving the Look of Your Web Page's Text.
Session 7: HTML Graphics.
Session 8: Working with Color in Text and Graphics.
Session 9: Text and Graphics Organization.
Session 10: Hyperlinks Connect the Web.
PART III: Saturday Afternoon.
Session 11: E-mail Links, Comments, and Special Characters.
Session 12: Tables Organize Data.
Session 13: Forms Add Function.
Session 14: Adding Form Elements.
Session 15: Transparent Imaging.
Session 16: Advanced Color and Imaging Techniques.
PART IV: Saturday Evening.
Session 17: Marketing Your Web Site with HTML.
Session 18: Page Layout with Frames.
Session 19: Activating Pages with Multimedia and Rollovers.
Session 20: Be Uniform with Style Sheets.
PART V: Sunday Morning.
Session 21: Developing a Web Site from Scratch.
Session 22: Making the Web Site Home Page Look Good.
Session 23: The Web Site Home Page's HTML.
Session 24: The Web Site Home Page's Text and Graphics.
Session 25: Creating and Connecting the Web Site's Pages.
Session 26: Adding Special Elements to the Web Site.
PART VI: Sunday Afternoon.
Session 27 Adding Other Special Elements to the Web Site.
Session 28: Correcting Web Site Problems.
Session 29: Keeping the Family Web Site Fresh.
Session 30: The Future of HTML.
Appendix A: Answers to Part Reviews.
Appendix B: What's On the CD-ROM.
End-User License Agreement.
CD-ROM Installation Instructions.
Posted October 1, 2004
Last week, I didn't know that Internet pages were written in code. This week I can write simple webpages, and even wrote a multi-page site with the interactive practice section at the end of the book. I feel liberated! It doesn't take too long, but it takes concentration. I will definitely buy more books in this series.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted July 13, 2002
Most topics are clearly explained. The author provides plenty of code examples in the text, and they are also provided on the accompanying CD. Also gives suggestions on what NOT to do when creating web pages, and why.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.