The Non-Designer's Web Book: An easy Guide to Creating, Designing, and Posting Your Own Web Site

The Non-Designer's Web Book: An easy Guide to Creating, Designing, and Posting Your Own Web Site

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by Robin Williams, John Tollett
     
 

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The Non-Designer's Web Book is geared to the person who has no background in design or the World Wide Web, but who still wants to participate in this communication explosion.

Aspiring Web designers learn why Web design is different from print design and how to take advantage of it, where to get or how to make Web graphics easily, and how to get their

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The Non-Designer's Web Book is geared to the person who has no background in design or the World Wide Web, but who still wants to participate in this communication explosion.

Aspiring Web designers learn why Web design is different from print design and how to take advantage of it, where to get or how to make Web graphics easily, and how to get their finished Web site up on the World Wide Web. With its user-friendly writing, appealing page design, eye-catching graphics, extensive examples and illustrations, and full-color throughout, The Non-Designer's Web Book provides beginners with everything they need to create their own beautiful and well-designed Web sites.

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Library Journal
Lynda Weinman (Coloring Web Graphics, Deconstructing Web Graphics, and Designing Web Graphics, all LJ 5/1/97) is the designer's designer, but most people on the web don't know much about color theory. This book is for them. It covers everything from what the web is and how to search it to uploading finished pages and registering a web site. Very clearly written and well illustrated, this will circulate in virtually any library. Markup Languages The Standard Generalized Markup Language (SGML) is considered too complicated for most people undertaking web-page construction, but the intricate structure provided by SGML is invaluable for large linked document sets. Hyper Text Markup Language (HTML) uses SGML as its conceptual model but can be quickly mastered and is the now-familiar, relatively simple coding used for web-page design. To further complicate matters, Extensible Markup Language (XML) has been created as a sort of a half-way point between underperforming HTML and too-complex SGML. Here are some titles to help clear it all up.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780201688597
Publisher:
Peachpit Press
Publication date:
10/02/1997
Edition description:
Older Edition
Pages:
276
Product dimensions:
7.07(w) x 10.76(h) x 0.58(d)

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