Synopses & Reviews
Here’s WHAT You’ll Learn
- Design a dynamic site from a template or blank canvas
- Format text and graphics, add sound and other effects
- Add links to other Web pages or e-mail addresses
- Easily create interactive forms and buttons
- Publish your site and perform easy maintenance
Here’s HOW You’ll Learn It
Using basic code and color illustrations, this text advises beginning web designers on the use of the new Microsoft Expression Web Software, which has replaced Microsoft FrontPage. The fourteen chapters cover the tasks of: creating a simple web site, working with pages, adding and editing text, working with pictures, creating links, adding tables, working with frames, including web forms, adding interactivity, working with styles and style sheets, publishing a site, and creating site reports.
About the Author
Katherine Murray has written more than 60 computer books, including Microsoft Office 2010 Plain & Simple, Microsoft Word 2010 Plain & Simple, and Microsoft Word 2010 Inside Out. She specializes in teaching people and businesses how to improve their productivity using Microsoft technologies, and she loves the freedom that comes along with the “work virtually anywhere” approach Office 365 offers.
Table of Contents
DedicationAcknowledgmentsChapter 1: About This BookChapter 2: Getting Started with Expression WebChapter 3: Creating a Simple Web SiteChapter 4: Working with PagesChapter 5: Adding and Editing TextChapter 6: Working with PicturesChapter 7: Creating LinksChapter 8: Adding TablesChapter 9: Working with FramesChapter 10: Including Web FormsChapter 11: Adding InteractivityChapter 12: Working with Styles and Style SheetsChapter 13: Publishing Your SiteChapter 14: Creating Site ReportsAbout the Author