Web Site Design Made Easy teaches the basics of web design. While it does assume that students spend at least some time viewing web pages on the Internet and have basic computer skills, it assumes no other knowledge on their part. Not only will they learn to plan and create a working website, but they will discover many of the qtricksq that take a website from basic to cool and useful. Web design is a broad area that can encompass many things: coding knowledge, graphic design, copywriting, page layout, and more-even server software programming. One book cannot teach it all. This book mainly focuses on teaching HTML coding and formatting using CSS, utilizing both IBM Windows and Macintosh. Other areas are touched upon, but these basic skills will carry your student a long way toward their goal of website design. This book is a complete rewrite from previous editions. It has been updated to the latest versions HTML (version 4.01) and CSS (version 2.1). The lessons teach web design that is XHTML compliant, and students can learn how to make a purely XHTML web page. CSS, cascading style sheets, has been given an extremely thorough treatment with three chapters dedicated to the subject, along with it being referenced throughout the book.Dennis Gaskill, a.k.a. Boogie Jack, is one of the most popular web page designers on the web. Students will enjoy his humor and they will love his book! Boogie Jack has received thousands of testimonials from his monthly Almost a Newsletter subscribers, confirming what a great job he does instructing them to create web sites.One book cannot teach it all. This book mainly focuses on teaching HTML coding and formatting using CSS, utilizing both IBM Windows and Macintosh.
|Title||:||Web Site Design Made Easy: Learn HTML, XHTML, and CSS|
|Publisher||:||Morton Publishing Company - 2008-01-01|