Web Enable Your Small Business in a Weekend with Cdrom

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E-business and e-commerce have become essential to the survival of any corporation, large or small. More than ever, the need to have a Web presence is paramount to a successful business. Unfortunately, the potentially large cost of hiring an outside consultant to Web-enable business data has prevented many users from pursuing this important goal. Web Enable Your Small Business In a Weekend is a substitute for those high-priced consultants. It covers such topics as the concept of e-business and what it means to ...
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Overview

E-business and e-commerce have become essential to the survival of any corporation, large or small. More than ever, the need to have a Web presence is paramount to a successful business. Unfortunately, the potentially large cost of hiring an outside consultant to Web-enable business data has prevented many users from pursuing this important goal. Web Enable Your Small Business In a Weekend is a substitute for those high-priced consultants. It covers such topics as the concept of e-business and what it means to your small business, building your website framework with MS FrontPage 2000, designing a database with MS Access 2000, making your information come alive with Active Server Pages, integrating with your business data via the Web, finding an ISP, and posting your Web site. This book is perfect for those who wish to bring some component of their businesses to the Web, and want their sites to do more than static HTML.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780761529729
  • Publisher: Premier Press
  • Publication date: 11/1/2000
  • Series: In a Weekend Series
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 324
  • Product dimensions: 7.41 (w) x 9.15 (h) x 0.79 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction
Friday Evening: What E-Commerce Means to Your Small Business
E-Commerce Considerations
Living on Web Time
Enabling Data Using HTML
Considering Web Site Design Essentials
Knowing What You Want versus What You Need
Gathering and Organizing Information
Building a Web Site Framework
Developing a Process Plan
Using the Tools of the Track: FrontPage and Access
Using FrontPage
Using Access
Session in Review
Saturday Morning: Working with FrontPage
Locating Personal Web Server on Your Computer
Installing Personal Web Server
Verifying the PWS Installation
Checking the Rest of Your Components
Disabling the Windows Automatic Dial-Up Connection
Take a Break!
Exploring FrontPage 2000
Creating Your First Web Page
Placing and Formatting Text
Inserting Graphics
Working with FrontPage Components
Saving Your Web Pages
Session In Review
Saturday Afternoon: Advanced FrontPage Functionality
Building a FrontPage Web
Naming a FrontPage Web
Adding New Pages to Your Web
Understanding Where FrontPage Webs are Stored on Your Computer
Using a Web Browser to Access Pages in Your Web
Working with FrontPage Wizards and Themes
Using the Corporate Presence Wizard
Customizing Webs Created Using Wizards
Adding Tables to Organize Your Information
Formatting Tables
Adding Text and Graphics to Your Tables
Take a Break!
Working with Frames
Creating and Saving a Frames Page
Saving Frames Pages
Understanding Frames Page Mechanics
Customizing Frame Properties with FrontPage
Working with Forms In Your Web Pages
Form Element: One-Line Text Box
Form Element: Scrolling Text Box
Form Element: Check Box
Form Element: Radio Button
Form Element: Drop-Down Menu
Form Element: The Push Button
Adding Hyperlinks
Adding Text Hyperlinks to Your Pages
Testing Hyperlinks in a Browser
Adding Graphical Hyperlinks to Your Pages
Session in Review
Saturday Evening: Dynamic Webs: Processing Forms and Integrating Databases
What's So Dynamic about Dynamic Webs?
Active Server Pages 101
Getting Your Web Ready for ASP
Processing Forms
Creating a Form-Processing Web Page
Take a Break!
The Background of Dynamic Webs
Using a Database
Organizing Your Business Process Flow
Preparing Your Access Database for the Web
Establishing a Data Source Name (DSN)
Creating Your First Database-Driven Web Page
Adding a Search Form
Take a Break!
Inserting Information: Advanced Database Integration
Inserting Information into a Database
Session in Review
Sunday Morning: Adding FrontPage Spice: Form Validation, DHTML, and E-Mail
Validating Forms
Determining Required Form Fields
Validating Other Form Elements
Take a Break!
Integrating E-Mail with FrontPage Webs
Working with DHTML Effects
Adding a Search Feature to Your Web Site
Session in Review
Sunday Afternoon: Examining a Web-Enabled Small Business Example: BestPop CD Shop
History of BestPop CD Shop
Investigating the Web Construction Options
Considering the Web Design Firm Suggestions
Building a Web Site on Their Own
Overview of the BestPop Web Site
Looking at the BestPop Home Page Design
Examining the BestPop Database
Analyzing the location.htm Page
Analyzing the catalog_search.asp and search_results.asp Pages
Take a Break!
Analyzing the guestbook.asp and guestbook_confirm.htm Pages
Working with the guestbook.asp Page
Understanding the guestbook_confirm.htm Page
Analyzing the maillng_list.asp and mailing_confirm.htm Pages
Analyzing the order.asp Page
Analyzing the place_order.asp Page
Analyzing the insert_order.asp Page
Analyzing the order_status.htm and order_status_results.asp Pages
Wrapping up with the BestPop Web Site
Session in Review
Sunday Evening: Publishing Your Web
Registering a Name for Your Web Site
Using Register.com to Find a Domain Name
Publishing Your Web with the FrontPage Server Extensions
Editing Pages on the Web Server
Selectively Publishing Web Pages
Publishing Your Web without the FrontPage Server Extensions
Publishing Your Web Using FrontPage
Publishing Your Web Using the Windows 98 Web Publishing Wizard
Take a Break!
Promoting Your Small Business Web Site
Performing Monetary Transactions on the Web
Weekend Wrap-Up
Appendix A: Finding a Web Hosting Service
A Sample Listing of Web Hosting Providers
Appendix B: Access Essentials
Creating a Database
Creating Tables in Design View
Entering Data into a Table Using the Datasheet View
Modifying a Table that Contains Data
Inserting a New Field into an Existing Table
Deleting a Field from an Existing Table
Modifying a Field Data Type
Using the Access Simple Query Wizard
Appendix C: What's On the CD-ROM?
Running the CD
Windows 95/98/NT4/2000/Me
The Prima License
The Prima User Interface
Resizing and Closing the User Interface
Using the Left Panel
Using the Right Panel
Command Buttons
Pop-Up Menu Options
The Software
Glossary
Index
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