DescriptionRelax. Learning how to use Microsoft Office FrontPage 2003 is now a breeze. With this book�s easy-to- use instructions, you�ll master the unique FrontPage interface in no time. From building your first basic Web page to working with dynamic content, "Microsoft Office FrontPage 2003 Fast & Easy" gives you the step-by-step instructions you need to complete your task quickly. Simply look and learn! Features � Wses a simple step-by-step approach to all tasks. � Screenshots with numbered callouts provide a precise guide to all procedures.
� Stays directly on topic: how to learn FrontPage 2003 quickly and use it to become more productive immediately.
� An excellent index and glossary provide additional information for experienced users and fast learners.
About the Author
Brian Proffitt is a technology expert who blogs on ITworld.com on Open Source technology and Twitters as @TheTechScribe on a wide range of technology sectors. Currently, he is an adjunct instructor at the Mendoza College of Business at the University of Notre Dame. Formerly the Community Manager of the Linux Foundation, he has also been Managing Editor of Linux Today (linuxtoday.com), a news and information site about all things Linux and Open Source, as well as four other Linux Web sites for Jupitermedia Corp. He is the author of numerous books on computer technology.
Table of Contents
PART I - BEGINNING AUTHORING Chapter 1: Learn the FrontPage Interface Chapter 2: Build Your First Web Page Chapter 3: The Basics: Text and Images Chapter 4: The Basics: Hyperlinks Chapter 5: Create Web Pages Automatically Chapter 6: Manage Sites with FrontPage PART II - INTERMEDIATE AUTHORING Chapter 7: Work with Frames Chapter 8: Use Shared Borders Chapter 9: Build Tables Chapter 10: Create Lists Chapter 11: More Work with Images PART III - ADVANCED AUTHORING Chapter 12: Work with Dynamic Web Templates Chapter 13: Style with Cascading Style Sheets Chapter 14: Create and Use Forms Chapter 15: Work with the Code Chapter 16: Customize Office FrontPage 2003 Chapter 17: Work with Dynamic Content Chapter 18: Publish the Web Site Index