WebPage Fundamentals with FrontPage 2000 / Edition 1

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  • Coverage of all the skills necessary to take the Core and Expert Microsoft Office User Specialist (MOUS) Certification Exams for FrontPage 2000 via hands-on exercises and examples. In addition, more skills are covered than required by the MOUS exams.
  • Step-by-Step Tutorials take students through each skill. Lesson steps are well defined and supported by figures detailing the desired results.
  • Inside the Code sections help students understand the underlying HTML code created by FrontPage.
  • Web Portfolio sections help students create a running Web site on a project-by-project basis.
  • Sidebars help students with key terms, potential problem areas, and tips and tricks.
  • Two Project Challenges at the end of each project encourage students to apply the skills learned to the real world.
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This introductory textbook stresses the importance of design and functionality in creating Web pages, and covers basic HTML tags. The CD-ROM contains files for completing the step-by-step tutorials, and software to modify and create Web pages. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780130261939
  • Publisher: Prentice Hall
  • Publication date: 2/28/2000
  • Edition description: BK&CD-ROM
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 361
  • Product dimensions: 8.64 (w) x 10.72 (h) x 0.61 (d)

Table of Contents

Project 1 Internet Primer 1
Lesson 1 Defining the Internet and the World Wide Web 2
Lesson 2 Defining the Structure of the Internet 3
Lesson 3 Creating a Web Page 4
Lesson 4 Loading a Web Page into a Browser 6
Lesson 5 Using Search Utilities to Surf the Web 10
Web Portfolio: Viewing the FrontPage Multimedia Demos 15
Project 2 Introduction to FrontPage 2000 17
Lesson 1 Installing FrontPage 18
Lesson 2 Creating a FrontPage Web 30
Lesson 3 Using the FrontPage Views 33
Lesson 4 Using Page View to Edit a Page 39
Lesson 5 Getting Help in FrontPage 43
Web Portfolio: Creating Your Own Home Page 47
Project 3 Creating and Modifying a FrontPage Web 49
Lesson 1 Adding Pages to a FrontPage Web 50
Lesson 2 Modifying a Web Using FrontPage 57
Lesson 3 Deleting a Web Page Using FrontPage 60
Lesson 4 Importing Text into FrontPage 62
Lesson 5 Importing a Table into FrontPage 68
Web Portfolio: Modifying Your Own Home Page 73
Project 4 Using Page View 75
Lesson 1 Adding Text to a FrontPage Web 76
Lesson 2 Modifying Font Properties 80
Lesson 3 Creating and Formatting Lists 84
Lesson 4 Creating a New Web Page Using a Template 88
Lesson 5 Adding a Theme to a FrontPage Web 91
Lesson 6 Modifying Shared Borders 92
Lesson 7 Changing the Theme of an Individual Web Page 99
Web Portfolio: Adding a List and Theme to Your Personal Web 105
Project 5 Adding Links 107
Lesson 1 Adding a Hyperlink to a Page in the Current Web 108
Lesson 2 Adding a Link to a World Wide Web Page 111
Lesson 3 Adding a Verified Hyperlink 113
Lesson 4 Adding a Hyperlink to a New Web Page 114
Lesson 5 Creating an Automatic Hyperlink 116
Lesson 6 Dragging and Dropping a Hyperlink from a Web Browser to FrontPage 119
Web Portfolio: Adding Links to Your Favorites Page 123
Project 6 Adding Graphics 125
Lesson 1 Adding an Image to a Web Page 126
Lesson 2 Aligning and Resizing an Image 129
Lesson 3 Resampling and Rotating an Image 133
Lesson 4 Creating a Transparent GIF 136
Lesson 5 Dragging and Dropping an Image from a Browser into a Web Page 138
Lesson 6 Adding Text over an Image 141
Lesson 7 Creating a Hotspot 146
Web Portfolio: Adding Graphics to Your Favorites Page 151
Project 7 Creating Tables 153
Lesson 1 Creating a Table on a Web Page 154
Lesson 2 Dragging Table Borders to Resize Table 159
Lesson 3 Adding a Table within a Table 161
Lesson 4 Adding Table Rows and Columns 165
Lesson 5 Deleting and Merging Table Cells 166
Lesson 6 Adding Background Color to Table Cell 168
Web Portfolio: Creating a New Web Page Using a Template 172
Project 8 Creating Forms 173
Lesson 1 Creating a Form on a Web Page 174
Lesson 2 Modifying a Form Field's Properties 177
Lesson 3 Adding a Drop-Down Menu 181
Lesson 4 Adding Check Boxes 184
Lesson 5 Adding Radio Buttons 186
Lesson 6 Adding a Scrolling Text Box 189
Lesson 7 Saving Form Results to a File 192
Lesson 8 Saving Form Results to a Database 196
Web Portfolio: Adding a Guest Book to Your Personal Web 201
Project 9 Creating Frames 203
Lesson 1 Creating a Frameset Page 204
Lesson 2 Setting a Frame's Initial Page 206
Lesson 3 Editing a Frame's Contents 210
Lesson 4 Creating Links to a Frame 212
Lesson 5 Saving the Frameset Page 216
Lesson 6 Creating a New Frame on an Existing Frameset Page 219
Lesson 7 Testing Your Frameset Page 222
Web Portfolio: Creating a New Frames FrontPage Web 227
Project 10 Introduction to PhotoDraw 229
Lesson 1 Creating a Picture 230
Lesson 2 Adding Text to a Picture 238
Lesson 3 Adding an Object from a File 242
Lesson 4 Applying Effects to an Object 246
Lesson 5 Cutting Out and Replacing an Area in a Picture 249
Lesson 6 Saving a Picture for the Web 253
Web Portfolio: Create a Custom Button 258
Project 11 Advanced Web Page Development 259
Lesson 1 Adding a Hit Counter 260
Lesson 2 Adding a Hover Button 263
Lesson 3 Adding a Page Banner and Navigation Bar 268
Lesson 4 Adding a Background Image and Sound 273
Lesson 5 Adding Information from a Database into a Web 278
Lesson 6 Importing a File into a FrontPage Web 282
Lesson 7 Importing an Existing Web into a FrontPage Web 286
Lesson 8 Inserting an Office Web Component into a Web 289
Web Portfolio: Adding Page Transitions 293
Project 12 Managing and Publishing Your Web Site 295
Lesson 1 Organizing the Structure of a Web 296
Lesson 2 Verifying the Hyperlinks 302
Lesson 3 Checking the Spelling 306
Lesson 4 Using Global Find and Replace 312
Lesson 5 Using Source Control 314
Lesson 6 Publishing a Web 317
Web Portfolio: Manage and Publish Your Personal Web 323
Appendix A Microsoft Office 2000 and the Web 325
The Web Toolbar 326
Microsoft Word 2000 and the Web 327
Microsoft Excel 2000 and the Web 330
Microsoft PowerPoint 2000 and the Web 333
Microsoft Access 2000 and the Web 335
Appendix B Dynamic Hypertext Markup Language 339
Cascading Style Sheets 340
Cascading Style Sheet Positioning 344
The Document Object Model 345
Appendix C Java and JavaScript 347
Java 348
JavaScript 349
Index 351
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