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CIW e-commerce designer certification bible
Minnick, Chris.
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Publication Information:
New York, NY : Hungry Minds, [2001]

Physical Description:
xxxiv, 711 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm + 1 computer optical disc (4 3/4 in.)
General Note:
Disc includes Actinic Business trial verson, AbleCommerce evaluation version, CIW E-Commerce exam demo, and Apache HTTP server for Windows.

Includes index.
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This is the very first work on the Certified Internet Webmaster E-Commerce exam, in our dependable Certification Bible format, to appeal to motivated test-takers as well as those responsible for implementing e-commerce on the job.

CIW E-Commerce Designer Certification Bible closely follows Prosoft Training's curriculum and their objectives for the CIW E-Commerce exam. Throughout the chapters and exercises, the authors use a mock Web site, created to be used as a case-study for all phases of design and development. Topics include legal issues, marketing to the web, online promotion techniques, building a web site, attracting e-customers, supporting business-to-business activities, using online storefront packages, working with IIS, working with Site Server (Commerce Edition), customization, transaction security, and management.

Covers: Exam 1D0 425

Author Notes

About the Authors Chris Minnick is the founder, lead Web application developer, and business manager of Minnick Web Services. He has over 15 years of programming experience and has been developing Web sites since 1994. Margaret T. Minnick is the co-president and lead designer of Minnick Web Services, where she also works on content management and application development. She has been designing and developing Web sites since 1997. Ed Tittel is a 19-year computer industry veteran. He is currently the President of LANWrights, Inc. and Vice President of IT Certifications at Ed stays busy writing books (he has 110 titles to his credit) and magazine articles, teaching, and consulting.

Table of Contents

Part I E-Commerce in Context
Chapter 1 E-Commerce Overview
Chapter 2 Legal Issues and the Internet
Chapter 3 Marketing to the Web
Chapter 4 Online Promotion Techniques
Part II Designing an Effective E-Commerce Presence
Chapter 5 Building Usable Web Sites
Chapter 6 E-Service for E-Customers
Chapter 7 Supporting Business-to-Business Activities Online
Chapter 8 Entry-Level E-Commerce Outsourcing
Chapter 9 Mid-Level Online Storefront Packages
Chapter 10 High-Level Online Storefront Packages
Chapter 11 Case Studies: Creating an E-Commerce Company
Part III Building an E-Commerce Site Foundation
Chapter 12 Going Behind the Scenes
Chapter 13 Working with Internet Information Server
Chapter 14 Working with E-Commerce Software: Actinic Business
Chapter 15 Customizing an E-Commerce Site
Part IV Operating and Enhancing E-Commerce Sites
Chapter 16 Creating Online Catalogs
Chapter 17 Processing Online Transactions
Chapter 18 Supporting E-Services
Chapter 19 E-Commerce Transaction Security
Chapter 20 Managing E-Business information
Chapter 21 Managing an E-Commerce Web Site
Appendix A What's on the CD-ROM
Appendix B Sample Exam
Appendix C Exam Objectives Matrix
Appendix D Exam Tips
Appendix E E-Commerce Resources Online
Appendix F Checklist: Planning E-Commerce
Appendix G Companies and Products Mentioned
Appendix H E-Commerce Bibliography
End-User License Agreement
CD-ROM Installation Instructions