Bg The Web Wizard's Guide to Web Site Design teaches readers how to create a site that will have an audience coming back for more. From site planning to site building to site posting, this book will show readers how to create well-designed, user-friendly Web sites. This book covers the following material: the incorporation of animation, sound, and video into Web pages; site testing; how to make sites accessible to most, if not all, users, keeping in mind different browsers, platforms, bandwidths, and more; and ownership, permissions, and copyright issues. The Web Wizard Series from Addison-Wesley is a series of brief, introductory books written by instructors on Internet and Web programming topics of interest to anyone who wants to create web pages. Each book includes an easy-to-read, full-color design featuring plenty of hands-on examples and exercises, and is written in a concise and practical manner so readers can use the technologies in no time.You can draw your flow chart using pencil and paper, or you can use a word processor such as Microsoft Word, which has built-in tools for this purpose. To access these tools, click Toolbars from Worda#39;s View menu, and then click Drawing.
|Title||:||The Web Wizard's Guide to Web Design|
|Author||:||James G. Lengel|
|Publisher||:||Prentice Hall - 2001-07-01|