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* Discusses creating a basic site design, working with text, effectively using hyperlinks, and adding images and graphics.
• Explains working with tables, forms, and frames.
• Explores adding multimedia elements like sound and animation.
• Updated to include the newest tools in FrontPage.
• Previous four editions have combined to sell more than 230,000 copies.
About the Author
Asha Dornfest is an author and trainer who has guided thousands of users to FrontPage proficiency. She’s been designing Web pages since the infancy of the Internet.
Table of Contents
Part I: Getting Friendly with FrontPage.
Chapter 1: Weaving a FrontPage Web Site.
Chapter 2: Basic Web Page Tasks.
Part II: Web Page Construction Basics.
Chapter 3: Web Design Fundamentals.
Chapter 4: Tweaking Your Text.
Chapter 5: Getting Your Visitors from Here to There with Hyperlinks.
Chapter 6: You Oughta Be in Pictures.
Chapter 7: Arranging Information Inside Grid Tables.
Chapter 8: Forms Aren’t Only for the IRS.
Part III: Pump Up Your Web Site!
Chapter 9: Layout Tables: The Secret of Professional Page Design.
Chapter 10: Creating a Flexible Site Layout with Frames.
Chapter 11: Adding Graphical Pizzazz with Themes.
Chapter 12: With Web Components, Who Needs a Programmer?
Chapter 13: Eye-Popping Extras: Multimedia and Dynamic HTML Behaviors.
Chapter 14: A Gentle Introduction to FrontPage HTML Tools.
Part IV: Taking Your Web Site to a New Level.
Chapter 15: Web Site Management 101.
Chapter 16: Streamlining Site Updates with Dynamic Web Templates.
Chapter 17: Making Your Worldwide Debut.
Part V: The Part of Tens.
Chapter 18: Ten FrontPage Add-Ins to Try.
Chapter 19: Ten Web Sites Worth a Closer Look.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This book is totally disjointed. The author will introduce a topic but, before developing it, tell the reader that she'll explain later how it (method, procedure, &c) should be accomplished. This infuriating tactic happens repeatedly thereby making it impossible to learn anything. I also suspect that the author does not fully grasp the underlying theoretical concepts of FrontPage (or HTML) enough to provide the reader much more than a blind how-to guide--never quite answering the 'why'.