The Complete Idiot's Guide to Creating an Html Web Page by: Paul McFedries
Publisher: Que 1996 | 336 Pages | ISBN: 0789707225 | PDF | 1.3 MB
The Complete Idiot's Guide to Creating an HTML Web Page offers quick and easy guidance for designing and creating Web pages. In light-hearted and entertaining language, this guide explains HTML basics and Netscape extensions and how to work with images, create forms, put your page on the Web, and spruce up your page. Although it is written for neophytes, this guide assumes that you have a browser and Internet access. The text begins with the top ten steps to a perfect Web page and then jumps right into the design process. You will learn how to use various HTML editors, where to get free graphics, and how to implement the tips on Web page style. The included floppy disk features HTML examples from the book, sample graphics, an FTP client, HTML editors, graphics shareware, and a Zip application.
Updated from the highly successful first edition, this easy-to-use tutorial takes a light-hearted approach to creating and customizing Web pages-with ease. With the upcoming releases of Netscape and Internet Explorer, this book will be a must for new Web users.
* CD-ROM includes everything you need to create your own Web page: All HTML examples in the book, WS_FTP to transfer files on the Web, WinZip to compress and decompress files, and graphic conversion programs and sample images