Sams Teach Yourself Microsoft FrontPage 2002 in 24 Hours

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Microsoft FrontPage is one of the most popular tools for creating Web pages and sites. It is particularly appealing to beginning and intermediate-level users who don't necessarily want to have to be experts in HTML or JavaScript in order to create a professional-looking Web site. Most users want to quickly learn only the most common, most important tasks involved in creating simple, well-designed Web sites. Written by the popular author, Rogers Cadenhead, Sams Teach Yourself Microsoft FrontPage in 24 Hours is ...

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Overview

Microsoft FrontPage is one of the most popular tools for creating Web pages and sites. It is particularly appealing to beginning and intermediate-level users who don't necessarily want to have to be experts in HTML or JavaScript in order to create a professional-looking Web site. Most users want to quickly learn only the most common, most important tasks involved in creating simple, well-designed Web sites. Written by the popular author, Rogers Cadenhead, Sams Teach Yourself Microsoft FrontPage in 24 Hours is designed precisely for this beginning-level user - somebody who doesn't want to become a FrontPage expert but just wants to get a Web site up as quickly and as smoothly as possible. The book covers the FrontPage features and techniques that are likely to be used on a beginner's Web page, and it is organized in a logical step-by-step order that reflects the natural progression a new Web page author will follow in developing a Web site with FrontPage.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780672321047
  • Publisher: Sams
  • Publication date: 6/1/2001
  • Series: Sams Teach Yourself Series
  • Pages: 401
  • Product dimensions: 7.30 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 1.10 (d)

Meet the Author

Rogers Cadenhead is a writer and Web developer who has written 11 books on Internet-related topics, including Teach Yourself Java 2 in 24 Hours and Sams Teach Yourself Microsoft FrontPage 2000 in 24 Hours, but not Teach Yourself Microsoft Bob in a Holiday Weekend. He maintains this book's official Web site at http://www.cadenhead.org/frontpage/.

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Table of Contents

(NOTE: Each chapter concludes with a Summary, Q&A and Workshop.)

Introduction.

I. STARTING STRONG WITH FRONTPAGE 2002.

Hour 1. Create a FrontPage Web.

Acquaint Yourself with FrontPage 2002.

Discover FrontPage 2002’s New Features.

Run the Software for the First Time.

Hour 2. Use Templates to Quickly Create a Web.

Discover FrontPage 2002 Templates.

Select a Web Template.

Hour 3. Apply a Theme to an Entire Web.

Sample the FrontPage 2002 Themes.

Select a Web Theme.

Modify a Theme.

Hour 4. Let Wizards Do the Hard Work.

Employ a Web Wizard.

II. DESIGNING WEB PAGES WITH FRONTPAGE 2002.

Hour 5. Manage a FrontPage Web.

Crate and Explore a Web.

Using Imported Content in a Web.

Hour 6. Create a Web Page.

Create and Title a Page.

Add Text to a Page.

Hour 7. Organize a Page with Lists and Tables.

Create Numbered and Unnumbered Lists.

Create a Table for Tabular Data.

Resize a Table.

Hour 8. Communicate on Your Web with Forms.

Create a Form with the Form Page Wizard.

Call on the Wizard.

II. USING GRAPHICS IN FRONTPAGE 2002.

Hour 9. Display Graphics on a Page.

Add a Graphic to a Page.

Choose Between GIF, JPEG, and PNG Graphics.

Hour 10. Create and Edit Graphics for Your Web.

Work with Graphics.

Select a Background for Your Page.

Hour 11. Add Links to a Graphic with Imagemaps.

Create an Imagemap.

Hour 12. Animate a Web Page.

Add Animation and Other Special Effects to a Page.

III. PUBLISHING AND MAINTAINING YOUR FRONTPAGE 2002 WEB PAGE.

Hour 13. Make Your Web Compatible with Multiple Browsers.

Handle Differences Between Web Browsers.

Hour 14. Publish Your Web.

Choose a Server to Host Your Web.

Publish Your Web to a Server.

Hour 15. Keep Your Web Up-to-Date.

Keep Hyperlinks Current.

Rate Your Web’s Content with RSAC.

Establish a To-Do List of Tasks.

Hour 16. Track Visitors to Your FrontPage Web.

Learn More About a Web’s Audience.

IV. ENHANCING A FRONTPAGE 2002 WEB.

Hour 17. Add a Personal Search Engine to Your Web.

Mark Your Web Searchable.

Make Your Web Easier for visitors to Find.

Hour 18. Enable Discussions on Your Web.

Create a Discussion Web.

Hour 19. Add a Database to Your Web.

Work Directly with Database Files.

Hour 20. Use FrontPage Components.

Adding Components to a Web.

V. ROUNDING OUT YOUR FRONTPAGE EXPERTISE.

Hour 21. Create a Form by Hand.

Create a Form by Hand.

Hour 22. Divide a page into Separate Frames.

Create a Frame.

Create an Alternative to Frames.

Open Linked Pages into Frames.

Hour 23. Create and Edit Web Pages Using HTML.

Tag a Page with HTML Commands.

Hour 24. Format Your Web Through Cascading Style Sheets.

Define Styles on the Web.

Create a Style Sheet.

VI. APPENDIXES.

Appendix A. HTML 4.01 Quick Reference.

Working with Html.

Common Attributes.

Tags.

Appendix B. Installing FrontPage 2002.

Getting Started with FrontPage 2002.

Appendix C. FrontPage Internet Resources.

Web Sites, Discussion Groups, and Mailing Lists.

Index.

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