Microsoft FrontPage 2000 Bible

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With FrontPage 2000, creating a Web site has never been easier. Designed to function like any other Office 2000 program -- with the same familiar menus, templates, and wizards -- FrontPage 2000 enables you to build a Web site that integrates interactive multimedia elements, pre-built Office 2000 components such as spreadsheets or databases, and the very latest advances in Web technology. Using precise instructions and lots of examples, Microsoft FrontPage 2000 Bible shows you how to harness the power of this ...
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Overview

With FrontPage 2000, creating a Web site has never been easier. Designed to function like any other Office 2000 program -- with the same familiar menus, templates, and wizards -- FrontPage 2000 enables you to build a Web site that integrates interactive multimedia elements, pre-built Office 2000 components such as spreadsheets or databases, and the very latest advances in Web technology. Using precise instructions and lots of examples, Microsoft FrontPage 2000 Bible shows you how to harness the power of this award-winning software -- and create state-of-the-art Web pages.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780764533136
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 1/28/1999
  • Series: Bible Series , #146
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 816
  • Product dimensions: 7.38 (w) x 9.24 (h) x 1.78 (d)

Meet the Author

About the Authors David Elderbrock has worked for over five years as a technical consultant and Internet developer for Silicon Valley start-ups, small businesses, and large corporations. 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 working on his Ph.D. in English. David has been instrumental in the design and implementation of over two dozen Web sites, and in addition to hammering out his share of Web pages in text editors, he has also done programming, mostly in Perl, JavaScript, and Java, with, more recently, a smattering of Visual Basic and C++. He has developed a number of online database applications, SQL and otherwise, on Macintosh, Windows, and Unix platforms. He is the principal author of Building Successful Internet Businesses and a contributing author of Producing Web Hits, both published by IDG Books Worldwide. David Karlins has written or contributed to nine books on FrontPage and Image Composer. He teaches FrontPage and Web design classes and hosts the FrontPage Forum at www.ppinet.com.
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Table of Contents

Preface.

Acknowledgments.

PART I: FrontPage Essentials.

Chapter 1: Getting Started with FrontPage 2000.

Chapter 2: Working with FrontPage Web Sites.

Chapter 3: Publishing and Managing FrontPage Webs.

Chapter 4: Integrating FrontPage with Office 2000.

PART II: Enhancing the Look and Feel.

Chapter 5: Web Themes and Navigation.

Chapter 6: Page Design with Text Appeal.

Chapter 7: Working with Graphics.

Chapter 8: Creating Graphics with image Composer.

PART III: Layout and Design.

Chapter 9: Formatting with Tables.

Chapter 10: Designing Pages with Shared Borders and Frames.

Chapter 11: HTML Editing Techniques.

Chapter 12: Cascading Style Sheets.

PART IV: Activating the User Experience.

Chapter 13: Adding FrontPage Components.

Chapter 14: Designing Input Forms.

Chapter 15: Working with Form Handlers.

Chapter 16: Animation and Multimedia.

Chapter 17: Discussion Webs and Channels.

PART V: Programming Elements.

Chapter 18: Scripting Languages.

Chapter 19: Plug-ins and ActiveX Controls.

Chapter 20: Java Programming.

Chapter 21: Database Connectivity.

PART VI: Advanced Topics.

Chapter 22: Customizing FrontPage.

Chapter 23: FrontPage Server Administration.

Appendix A: Using the CD-ROM.

Index.

End-User License Agreement.

CD Installation Instructions.

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