Creating Web Pages for DummieseBook - 2004
Wouldn’t you love to have a Web site? Creating Web Pages For Dummies gets you up and running toward getting your Web site up and running! It describes how to:
- Use simple HTML techniques, add images, and put your page on the Web for all the world to see—free
- Design Web-friendly sites
- Take advantage of free tools like Netscape Composer
- Use Yahoo! GeoCities as a free Web space provider
- Obtain and create Web-friendly graphics and use GIF and JPEG formats
- Add video, audio, animation, and more
- Incorporate META tags and hyperlinks
Creating Web Pages for Dummies was written by Bud E. Smith, author of several For Dummies books, and Arthur Bebak, founder of Netsurfer Communications and publisher and Executive Editor of Netsurfer. From nervously creating that first page to confidently developing a more sophisticated, multi-page, personal or business Web site, the book provides the essential how-to and the bonus CD-ROM provides the essential tools:
- Mozilla, Mozilla Thunderbird, and Mozilla Firefox
- A trial version of Macromedia Dreamweaver MX 2004
- Evaluation versions of Paint Shop Pro and Animation Shop
Whether you want to create your very own blog, share video, photos, and info with friends and family, or build a dynamic Web site that will help you build your business, Creating Web Pages For Dummies is a practical, unintimidating guide to getting your Web page online in no time.
Baker & Taylor
Covers Web page publishing concepts including how to use HTML, using a text editor, creating a home page, adding links, placing graphics, adding multimedia, and Netiquette.