Effective Executive's Guide to FrontPage Web Sites
Redmond Technology Press | ISBN: 096729813X | 2000-01-15 | PDF | 244 pages | 4 MB
Written specifically for busy executives, managers, and other professionals, Effective Executive's Guide to FrontPage Web Sites walks you through the eight steps of designing, building, and managing Microsoft FrontPage 2000 Web sites:
Step 1: Learn the Logic. Start here with a discussion about how the Web works, why Web sites make sense, and what makes a site effective.
Step 2: Develop a Content Strategy. Identify the purpose of the Web site and the required content.
Step 3: Lay a Foundation. Prepare the foundation of your Web site by getting a domain name and locating a company to host your Web site.
Step 4: Collect and Organize Your Content. Collect existing content or develop new content-then create a central warehouse to store and organize this material.
Step 5: Create Your Web Site. Set up your Web pages and other Web site components using FrontPage.
Step 6: Polish Your Pages. Refine your Web pages to make them more effective and professional.
Step 7: Add Interactivity to Your Web Site. Enhance your Web site through the addition of interactive features.
Step 8: Deploy Your Web Site. Test and publish your Web site and then draw attention to it by submitting your site to search engines, sharing links, using newsgroups and list servers, and generating offline publicity.
More than just a book about FrontPage, Effective Executive's Guide to FrontPage Web Sites explains how to create business and nonprofit organization Web sites that really work.