Over the last few years, Internet and World Wide Web use has skyrocketed and, consequently, many are interested in developing a Web site for personal or business use. Though, creating a Web site has in the past been very complicated and primarily left to computer professionals, the introduction of Web publishing programs such as Microsoft FrontPage has made Web site creation a possibility for almost anyone. While many computer books are enormous and difficult to read, Getting Started: Web Page Design with Microsoft FrontPage 2000 is concise and readable. It begins with the essential information a Web page designer needs to become familiar with the World Wide Web and basic Web page design fundamentals, and then covers how to create complete Web sites -- all in seven concise chapters.Creating efficient Web pages is possible if you are familiar with basic image- editing principles and fundamentals. ... usually need to be transparent if it is rectangular or if the color of the agea#39;s background is exactly the same color as the pagea#39;sanbsp;...
|Publisher||:||Houghton Mifflin - 1999-02|