Building web sites all-in-one for dummies

by Sahlin, Doug.

Format: Adobe EPUB ebook 2009 2009
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Summary
Want to launch a Web site but don't know where to begin? Information on Web design, page building software, using HTML, site planning, and everything else you need to know can be found easily in Building Web Sites All-in-One For Dummies, 2nd Edition. So you can easily find what you're looking for, this plain-English guide is divided into nine minibooks: Preparations Site Design Site Construction Web Graphics Multimedia Audience Interaction E-Commerce Site Management Case Studies From deciding what your site should do to working with HTML, using Dreamweaver, incorporating Flash creations, and keeping your site on the cutting edge, this book is your one-stop course in building Web sites. Learn to: Plan your site, decide whether you need a Web team, and create relevant content Develop your site design, work with wire frames, and organize behind-the-scenes files that make your site work Select the right hardware and software and create pages with Dreamweaver Create cool site graphics with Photoshop and Fireworks Add interest with Flash animations, slideshows, video, and sound Make your site interactive with Javascript, PHP, ASP, and MySQL Build an e-commerce site that's user-friendly, legally sound, and secure Keep your content and design fresh and up to date Ready to begin? Grab Building Web Sites All-in-One For Dummies, 2nd Edition and let's get started!
Additional Information
Series --For dummies.
Subjects Web site development
Computer Technology
Nonfiction
Electronic books.
Publisher New York :John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.2009
2009
Contributors Snell, Claudia.
OverDrive, Inc.
Language English
System Details Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Format: Adobe EPUB eBook
Format: Adobe PDF eBook
Requires Adobe Digital Editions or Adobe Digital Editions
Description 1 online resource.
ISBN 9780470459720
9780470459706
0470459700
0470459727
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