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Title:
Web pages the smart way : a painless guide to creating and posting your own Website
Author:
Sinclair, Joseph T.
Personal Author:
Publication Information:
New York : AMACOM, [2001]

©2001
Physical Description:
xxxi, 424 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
General Note:
Includes index.
Language:
English
ISBN:
9780814471029
Format :
Book

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Anna M. Reinstein Library TK5105.888 .S587 2001 Adult Non-Fiction Computer Books
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Summary

A guide to creating and posting web pages, without having to buy costly software programs, take courses or learn the HMTL code. It starts with setting up a simple Web site then progressively explains the more complex options for improving the site.


Author Notes

Joseph T. Sinclair (Vallejo, CA) is an expert in text-based multimedia authoring and a contributing editor and reviewer for the Multimedia Reporter. He is the author or coauthor of numerous books on software, including Creating Cool Web Databases, Intranet v. Lotus Notes, Java Web magic, Developing Web Pages with TV HTML, and Typography on the Web. In addition, he established the first gourmet food store on the Web.

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Booklist Review

Sinclair is a contributing editor to Multimedia Reporter and has written books on online auctions, thin client computing, Web typography, and Web page design. This new guide is a straightforward, step-by-step, easy-to-use manual for individuals who want to build personal Web sites without having to learn and utilize HTML. Sinclair relies on Netscape Composer and Microsoft's FrontPage Express, the free programs that come with either the Netscape or Microsoft Web browser, and his advice will not benefit Mac users. Sinclair explains how to locate these free authoring programs as well as a free online graphics editor. He covers how to test Web pages, edit and improve text, add photographs and digital images, build links, create a navigation menu, choose a Web host and domain name, use animation, and encode audio and video files. In appendixes, Sinclair summarizes his advice in seven basic steps, and he offers more advanced instruction for those who do want to know about HTML. A final list suggests 14 applications for which one might put a personal Web site to use. --David Rouse


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