Mastering Microsoft FrontPage 2002 Premium Edition

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This Premium Edition of Mastering FrontPage 2002 is the most complete FrontPage book you'll find anywhere, designed to teach you everything you need to know to get the most out of the world's most efficient Web development application. Seasoned Web developer and columnist Molly Holzschlag shows you the key design principles that contribute to a successful site, and popular author and Microsoft applications expert ...

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Overview

Combine Sound Design Principles and the Power of FrontPage 2002

This Premium Edition of Mastering FrontPage 2002 is the most complete FrontPage book you'll find anywhere, designed to teach you everything you need to know to get the most out of the world's most efficient Web development application. Seasoned Web developer and columnist Molly Holzschlag shows you the key design principles that contribute to a successful site, and popular author and Microsoft applications expert Peter Weverka guides you through the FrontPage techniques that will enable you to realize your design objectives quickly and easily.

Coverage includes:

* Ensuring compatibility with different browsers

* Positioning graphics on Web pages

* Minimizing the load time for your Web pages

* Implementing counters, search engines, and other components

* Saving time and effort with style sheets and Cascading Style Sheets

* Publishing your Web site to the Internet

* Incorporating JavaScript, VBScript, and Dynamic HTML

* Using ActiveX programming techniques

* Linking your site to a back-end database

* Maintaining and promoting your Web site

* Using FrontPage server extensions and SharePoint team services to create a dynamic site for your company

* Writing and implementing CGI and Perl scripts

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780782140033
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 8/21/2001
  • Series: Mastering Series
  • Edition description: Premium Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 968
  • Product dimensions: 7.62 (w) x 8.98 (h) x 2.10 (d)

Meet the Author

Peter Weverka is the author of 33 computer books, including the best-selling Instant Web Pages!, Word 2002 for Dummies Quick Reference, and Word 2002: The Complete Reference. His books have sold a half-million copies. As a Web site developer, he has worked for Clorox, VISA, and other companies. Peter's articles and stories have appeared in Harper's, Spy, and other magazines.

An author, instructor, and designer, Molly E. Holzschlag brings her enthusiasm to books, classrooms, and Web sites. Honored as one of the "Top 25 Most Influential Women on the Web," Molly has spent a decade working in the online world. Her popular column "Integrated Design" appears monthly in Web Techniques magazine, and she contributes regularly to numerous Web developer sites.

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Table of Contents

Introduction
Pt. I Building Basic FrontPage Web Sites 1
Ch. 1 Introduction to Web Design 3
Ch. 2 Exploring FrontPage 2002 27
Ch. 3 Working in Page View 59
Ch. 4 Creating Basic Pages 81
Ch. 5 All about Text 127
Ch. 6 Fantastic Fonts 149
Ch. 7 Managing Tasks 173
Ch. 8 Publishing Your Pages 189
Pt. II Creating Sophisticated Designs 209
Ch. 9 Designing Graphics for the Web 211
Ch. 10 Adding Multimedia 235
Ch. 11 Using Tables for Advanced Layout 255
Ch. 12 Fantastic Frames 291
Ch. 13 Getting in Style with Cascading Style Sheets 325
Ch. 14 Making Interactive Pages with Forms 347
Ch. 15 Special Effects 393
Ch. 16 Cross-Browser Design 425
Pt. III Advanced Web Graphic Design 445
Ch. 17 Understanding Advanced Web Design 447
Ch. 18 Working with Professional Graphics Programs 485
Ch. 19 Creating Advanced Sites with FrontPage 505
Pt. IV Taking Your Web Site to the Top 527
Ch. 20 Integrating Sites with Microsoft Office 529
Ch. 21 JavaScript, VBScript, and Dynamic HTML 551
Ch. 22 Specialty Programming Techniques 579
Ch. 23 Adding Databases for Maximum Impact 601
Ch. 24 Site Maintenance and Promotion 625
Pt. V Back-End Applications and Professional Management 655
Ch. 25 Server Extensions and SharePoint Team Services 657
Ch. 26 Understanding CGI 669
Ch. 27 Using Active Server Pages 691
Ch. 28 Databases in Detail 707
Ch. 29 Using FrontPage with Microsoft's Visual InterDev 719
Pt. VI Step-by-Step FrontPage Sites 733
Ch. 30 Creating a Personal Web Page 735
Ch. 31 Designing a Small-Business Web Site 757
Ch. 32 Building a Community Site 787
Ch. 33 Constructing and Managing a Large-Scale Site 809
Appendices 835
App. A Configuring FrontPage 2002 837
App. B Setting Up Web Servers 847
App. C Installing and Testing Network Connections 869
App. D Using the Microsoft Clip-Organizer 889
App. E HTML Reference 899
Index 923
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