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ePub Creating Web Pages for Dummies, 2nd Edition download
Rich Tennant,Kevin Werbach,Bud Smith
IDG Books; 2nd edition (June 1997)
Networking & Cloud Computing
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An accessible and fully updated reference guide which provides information on how to create and post a personal home page or business Web site on the World Wide Web.
  • Don't be fooled by the title "for Dummies". This book includes everything you need to know about creating your own Web page with all the knowledge and software you'll need. You will need to invest some time in this project - but it is worth every minute! It's a simple, step by step process and you will need to take it slow if you're an average creator.
    First you'll learn all about Web Publishing Basics, Website strategies and just enough HTML to get started (it's not that hard!). Besides creating your first Web page, you'll learn how to get the darn thing published on the WWW! That's half the battle, but worth the effort! There's lots of information on what to avoid (before you go there) and what makes the best Web page. Before you know it, you'll be upgrading your Web page all the time. You'll never get bored updating and changing your page until it's just perfect!
    The book includes an invaluable CD that is useful for Windows and MAC! It contains Microsft Internet Explorer, Netscape Communicator, Dreamweaver (great design tool!), Frontpage Express, HTML conversion tools for Word (nice short-cut), BBEDIT, GraphicConverter (MAC), Homesite HTML Editor (MAC), Hotdog Express (for Windows - great tool!), SiteCheck utility, an Internet service provider software (if you don't already have one - most likely you have a sufficient one), HTMLValidator (catches errors), WEB Wizard (a nifty quick-and-dirty page maker), Reptile (for making cool backgrounds) and Paint Shop Pro, which is my favorite tool. There's plenty of other stuff too that I just can't get into detail here.
    Once again, this does take a little bit of effort, but of all the books I have perused, this one seemed to be the best value for the money. It's all here and updated annually. It is worth every penny. Get your Web site up and running in less than a weekend (even though the book says one day). You'll feel smart when you're done! Enjoy!

  • I brought this book just as a supplement for a web page class i was taking. Having no prior experience in creation of web pages, I brought this book to supplement the textbook we were using in class because the textbook was too complicated and made things much more complicated. This book really does bring it down to a dummy level and helps you understand basics. It helped me a lot in my class. I would definitely recommend it.

  • Love this book. The information may be a bit outdated. There are a lot more website builders out there than google page, but still very good information. It motivated me to create my website

  • The book itself is very good. I'm slowly getting through it. However, the CD that it keeps referring to was not in the book so I have no idea what they are talking about in certain places.

  • I was misled into buying this book, although it may have been my fault for reading the book description too cursorily. I need a guide to html5, css, and related markup tools. This is not it.

  • hard to understand unless you read it start to end then use as reference guide. a must have when creating web pages when you haven't attended classes for it. makes for valued part of my web site building and reference books for building pages. when you get tossed into making, maintaining, and fixing a pre-built html web page you need this book to help. strongly suggest paring this book with "html for dummies" and "html, xhtml & css for dummies books"

  • not very useful book for beginner!

  • When I am searching for an informational source I have used Amazon and "Dummies" books many times for that purpose. The Software documentation and education resources are excellent and I have found the whole process is very rewarding. I have been very satisfied with the product and the delivery. I would use again!