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Step-by-step instructions carefully walk you through the most common Expression Web 4 SP2 tasks.
Quizzes and Exercises at the end of each chapter help you test your knowledge.
By the Way, Did You Know?, and Watch Out! boxes offer advice and solutions.
Learn how to...
Part I: Building a Functional Website Hour 1: Get to Know Expression Web 4
Hour 2: Setting Up Your Web Site Project Hour 3: A Web Page is Really Just Text - Build One in Five Minutes Hour 4: Making the First Page - Headings, Paragraphs, Lists, Etc.
Hour 5: Get Connected - Building Links to Internal and External Sites Hour 6: Working in Code View
Part II: Bringing Style to the Substance Hour 7: Get Boxed in - Tables, Frames and Inline Frames Hour 8: Get Boxed in Part 2 - Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)
Hour 9: Start Using CSS as a Design Tool Hour 10: Styling Content with EW is a Piece of Cake (and by That I Mean You Don't Have to Write Code)
Hour 11: Keep your Style Separate from Your Substance
Part III: Getting Visual with Images and Multimedia Objects Hour 12: Adding Images in Your Page Hour 13: Silverlight, Flash and Other Multimedia Elements
Part IV: From Text to Design - Knee Deep in CSS Hour 14: Design is More Than Just "Making Things Look Good"
Hour 15: From the Drafting Table to the Real World - Importing Design Elements from Expression Design and Photoshop Hour 16: Building the Framework Hour 17: Buttons Hour 18: How to Create a Functional Menu Hour 19: Dynamic Web Templates (DWT) and Other Reusable Elements Hour 20: Get Interactive Hour 21: Making a Photo Album in Expression Media Hour 22: Get Online Hour 23: Expression Web 2 and PHP Hour 24: ASP.NET - Dynamic and Gigantic Sites
Posted January 21, 2013
In the first few chapters the author does well in getting readers involved in web development and the tools of Microsoft Expression Web, however, as a reader/developer goes a long you find yourself developing one of the writers websites instead of developing a site of your own. I think the writer should have kept things simple and gone down a path encouraging the reader to develop their own site while utilizing the tips of the author to add features, style and so forth.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted December 6, 2012
Sams "Teach Yourself Microsoft Expression Web 4 in 24 Hours" is well written but the software required to make use of the book is not available.
Without the software the reader cannot learn anything about Expression Web 4. The book is a complete waste of time and money.
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