Tuesday, July 16, 2019

Building a Web Site For Dummies, (4th Edition)

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Maybe you already have your own Web site and you’re not quite satisfied with it. Or perhaps you’re still in the planning stages and want to know what you can do to make your site as good as it can be. You’ve been to Web sites that have all the bells and whistles, and you wouldn’t be human if you weren’t just a wee bit envious. Well, now you can have it all too. In Building a Web Site For Dummies, 4th Edition, I show you some of the best stuff around, and I tell you just how to go about putting it on your site.

This isn’t just another Web design book. It’s special. Really. I set out to write the one book I’d want by my side if I were looking to set up a really fancy Web site and not break the bank doing it. I tracked down and tested zillions of Web-site enhancements and selected the top of the line to share with you. And I’m honestly proud of the results. I’ve authored or coauthored more than 20 books on computers and the Internet, and this one is my hands-down favorite.

Part I: Building Your First Web Site
Chapter 1: Planning for Good Site Design
Chapter 2: Creating a Web Page with Basic HTML Tags
Chapter 3: Arranging Your Text with Tables and Other Advanced Tags
Chapter 4: Working with WYSIWYG
Chapter 5: Letting the World In: Choosing a Host and Domain Name
Part II: Building Better Web Page
Chapter 6: Using Cascading Style Sheets
Chapter 7: Adding Image
Chapter 8: Adding Forms
Part III: Adding Frills and Fancy Stuff
Chapter 9: Exploring JavaScript and DHTML
Chapter 10: Adding Image-Based Buttons and Image Maps
Chapter 11: Web Sights and Sounds
Chapter 12: Adding a Blog
Part IV: Making Money
Chapter 13: Attracting an Audience: Publicizing Your Site
Chapter 14: Designing for Internet Commerce
Chapter 15: Checking Out Online Payment Methods
Part V: The Part of Tens
Chapter 16: Ten Great Web Sites to Get Advice
Chapter 17: Ten Fabulous Tools for E-Commerc
Chapter 18: Ten More Great Add-Ins

Author Details
"David A. Crowder" has authored or coauthored nearly 30 books on subjects ranging from computers to historical mysteries, including popular bestsellers such as Sherlock Holmes For Dummies, Building a Web Site For Dummies and CliffsNotes Getting on the Internet. He was selling hypertext systems back in the days when you had to explain to people what the word meant.

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