Sams Teach Yourself Microsoft Office FrontPage 2003 in 24 Hours

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For readers who are new to FrontPage and want to get up and running quickly, Sams Teach Yourself Microsoft FrontPage 2003 in 24 Hours will do the trick. This book includes shortcuts and ways to accomplish the most common tasks in FrontPage. Readers are able to work at their own pace through the easily digestible, one-hour lessons. After completing the lessons, the reader will have a solid foundation of the basics and know the most efficient way to utilize the new version of ...

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Overview

For readers who are new to FrontPage and want to get up and running quickly, Sams Teach Yourself Microsoft FrontPage 2003 in 24 Hours will do the trick. This book includes shortcuts and ways to accomplish the most common tasks in FrontPage. Readers are able to work at their own pace through the easily digestible, one-hour lessons. After completing the lessons, the reader will have a solid foundation of the basics and know the most efficient way to utilize the new version of FrontPage.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780672325526
  • Publisher: Sams
  • Publication date: 11/10/2003
  • Series: Sams Teach Yourself Series
  • Pages: 432
  • Sales rank: 1,432,442
  • Product dimensions: 7.32 (w) x 9.13 (h) x 0.91 (d)

Meet the Author

Rogers Cadenhead is a Web developer and Linux Magazine columnist. He has written 16 books on Internet-related topics, including Sams Teach Yourself Java 2 in 21 Days and How to Use the Internet, Eighth Edition. He's also a Web publisher whose sites receive more than seven million visits a year. He maintains this book's official World Wide Web site using FrontPage 2003 at http://www.frontpage24.com.

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Table of Contents

Introduction.

I. CREATING YOUR FIRST WEB PAGES.

Hour 1. Create a Web Page.

Start Using FrontPage 2003. Create a Page from a Template. Create and Save a New Page. Add Text to a Page. Create a Headline. Choose a Font and Color. Summary. Q&A.

Hour 2. Organize a Page with Links, Lists, and Tables.

Add a Hyperlink to a Web Page. Create a List. Organize a Page with Tables. Line Up Text in a Table. Summary. Q&A.

Hour 3. Display Graphics and Photos on a Page.

Work with Graphics in Different Formats. Add a Graphic to a Page. Layout Graphics with Text. Add a Hyperlink. Add a Caption. Add Clip Art to a Page. Change the Size of a Graphic. Save a Page with New Graphics. Find More Clip Art to Use. Summary. Q&A.

Hour 4. Lay Out a Page with Tables.

Arrange Elements of a Page. Add a Layout Table to a Page. Add and Remove Table Rows and Columns. Make Adjustments to Page Layout. Summary. Q&A.

II. DESIGNING AN ENTIRE WEB SITE.

Hour 5. Create a New Web Site.

Build a New Web Site. Explore the New Site. Add a New Page to a Site. Import Files into a Site. Delete a Site. Use Word Documents on the Web. Summary. Q&A.

Hour 6. Develop a Site Quickly with Templates.

Select a Web Site Template. Create a New Web Site. Customize Your New Web Site. Explore the Personal Web Site Template. Summary. Q&A.

Hour 7. Make Your Site Look Great with Themes.

Give a Site Personality. Select a Theme. Change to a New Theme. Create a Custom Theme. Delete a Theme. Summary. Q&A.

Hour 8. Let FrontPage Create a Site for You.

Open a Site-Creation Wizard. Import an Existing Site into FrontPage. Create a Corporate Web Site. Summary. Q&A.

III. IMPROVING YOUR SITE'S APPEAL.

Hour 9. Collect Information from Your Visitors.

Collect Feedback from Your Visitors. Call on the Form Page Wizard. Summary. Q&A.

Hour 10. Make a Site Look Great with Graphics.

Edit an Existing Graphic. Reshape a Graphic. Add Text to a Graphic. Make Part of a Graphic Transparent. Share Your Digital Photos in a Photo Gallery. Summary. Q&A.

Hour 11. Offer Animation, Video, and Games.

Add a Scrolling Marquee. Use Animation and Other Special Effects to a Page. Create Page Transition Effects. Animate Page Elements with Dynamic HTML. Copy Formatting from One Place to Another. Add Video to a Page. Add Flash and Java Content. Summary. Q&A.

Hour 12. Use Web Components to Jazz Up a Site.

Add Components to a Web Site. Put MSNBC Features on a Page. Link to Maps on Expedia. Add a Link Bar. Put a Banner on a Page. Create Dynamic Web Templates. Summary. Q&A.

IV. MAKING YOUR NEW SITE A SUCCESS.

Hour 13. Publish Your Site.

Find a Server to Host Your Site. Publish Your Site for the First Time. Summary. Q&A.

Hour 14. Attract the Widest Possible Audience.

Cope with a Diverse Audience. Make Your Web Compatible with Multiple Browsers. Preview a Page with Different Browsers. Summary. Q&A.

Hour 15. Promote a New Site.

Let Search Engines Know About a New Site. Submit the Site to Web Directories. Exchange Links with Similar Sites. Join a Web Ring. Add a Weblog to Your Site. Summary. Q&A.

Hour 16. Learn More About Your Site's Audience.

Explore a Web Server's Logging Capability. View the Usage Reports for Your Site. Add a Hit Counter to a Site. Share Usage Reports with Your Visitors. Summary. Q&A.

V. ENHANCING YOUR SITE.

Hour 17. Add a Search Engine to Your Site.

Make Your Web Site Searchable. Customize How Results Are Displayed. Add an MSN Search. Add a Site Map. Summary. Q&A.

Hour 18. Turn Your Site into a Community.

Create a Discussion Site with a Wizard. Maintain a Discussion Site. Summary. Q&A.

Hour 19. Connect a Database to Your Site.

Make Use of Existing Database Files. Add an Existing Database to a Site. Display Database Records on a Page. Save Information to a New Database. Summary. Q&A.

Hour 20. Use Your Site to Gather Information.

Create a Form by Hand. Add Elements to a Form. Receive Information from a Form. Create a Confirmation Page. Summary. Q&A.

VI. CREATING WEB SITES LIKE A PRO.

Hour 21. Create and Edit Pages Using HTML.

Get Started with HTML. Tag a Page with HTML Commands. Leave Existing HTML Untouched. Clean Up the HTML on a Page. Add HTML to a Web Page. Summary. Q&A.

Hour 22. Format Your Site with Cascading Style Sheets.

Use Styles to Design a Site. Create a Style Sheet. Edit a Style Sheet. Apply a Style to a Web Page. Match HTML Tags with FrontPage Features. Summary. Q&A.

Hour 23. Share Information with XML.

View and Edit XML Files. Save Forms as XML. Display XML Data with a Data View. Summary. Q&A.

Hour 24. Divide a Page into Separate Frames.

Create a Frame. Work on a Framed Page. Add an Inline Frame. Summary. Q&A.

VII. APPENDICES.

Appendix A: FrontPage Internet Resources.

Web Sites and Discussion Groups.

Glossary.

Index.

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