Synopses & Reviews
Designed to meet the needs of users from a broad range of experience levels, MICROSOFT EXPRESSION WEB 3: ILLUSTRATED COMPLETE equips you with Expression Web basics--and well beyond--using the signature Illustrated two-page spread format. Covering the nuts and bolts, new cutting-edge features, and everything in between, the text presents each skill on a succinct, easy-to-understand, two-page spread--making for focused and thorough instruction.
This Microsoft Office 2007 Illustrated Series book covers the complete information that you need to know now for Microsoft Expression Web. Our signature two-page spread design has been updated and refreshed to take full advantage of the new features of the software. This practical, easy to navigate book provides you with the essential knowledge you need to succeed at both work and beyond.
Great as a reference, this title offers complete coverage of all the new features of Microsoft FrontPage 2003 such as "testing" Web designs, side-by-side coding and coding multiple Web browsers, the enhanced layout and graphics tools, and more! A perforated FrontPage 2003 CourseCard back cover provides a quick reference to FrontPage 2003 skills.
Part of the Illustrated Series, this practical, easy to navigate book provides the complete knowledge of Microsoft Expression Web you need to succeed in both the classroom and beyond.
About the Author
Julie Riley has spent over a decade working with web technologies in many roles, including web designer, editor, project manager, information architect, and instructional designer. This collective experience gives her a broad perspective on effectively using the web for marketing, communications, and teaching. She and her husband, Brian, live in Boston and own FreshWay Communications, a web design and consulting studio. Julie also teaches web design at North Shore Community College and the Tufts University School of Medicine.
Table of Contents
A. Getting Started with FrontPage 2003 B. Creating a Web Site C. Working on the Web Site's Hyperlinks and Appearance D. Working with Pictures E. Creating a Table F. Creating a Frames Page G. Creating a Form H. Working in a Published Web Site I. Creating a Web Site on a Web Server J. Using File Management Techniques K. Designing Web Pages with Layout Tables L. Using a Dynamic Web Template M. Using Office Components N. Integrating a Database with a Web Site O. Working with User-Defined Styles P. Finalizing a Web Site