This new book from our BASICS series features Microsoft FrontPage 2002 and is an easy, friendly to use, introductory text on webmastering. Includes coverage of web site creation, design, programming, planning, and maintenance.
Table of Contents
Unit 1: Webmastering Concepts Lesson 1: Internet Fundamentals Lesson 2: Web Serving and Browsing Unit 2: FrontPage Lesson 3: FrontPage Basics Lesson 4: Building and Manging a Web Site Lesson 5: Interactivity and Multimedia Lesson 6: Forms in Front Page Unit 3: HTML Lesson 7: Basic Tags Lesson 8: Links and Images Lesson 9: Tables and Frames Lesson 10: Forms Unit 4: Design Lesson 11: Basic Design Principles Lesson 12: Designing for the User Lesson 13: Color and Typography Lesson 14: Web Graphics Unit 5: Scripting Lesson 15: Introduction to Scripting Lesson 16: Functions and Events Lesson 17: Form Validation Lesson 18: Server-Side Scripting Unit 6: Hosting and Maintenance Lesson 19: Web Hosting Lesson 20: Webmastering with Professionalism Appendix A: HTML 4.01 Reference Appendix B: Fireworks Steps for Lesson 14
Brad Hunt possesses a unique combination of talents in technology, software development, and education. He holds a bachelor's degree in biology, a master's degree in educational instructional technology, and has taught college courses in Web programming and e-commerce. Brad has industry experience as a software developer, training director, project manager, and technology director, and has also co-authored several computer and Web development books. Todd Knowlton has been an author for Thomson Learning for 6 years and has published various titles in computer programming, computer concepts, and computer applications. His best selling book on C++ has sold over $2 million and counting. Todd remains very active in educational conferences and consults with Microsoft Corporation.