Synopses & Reviews
This text offers a case-based approach to teaching and learning Microsoft Expression Web with content focusing on how Expression Web uses standards-based site design to create Web sites that are XHTML, CSS, and XML compliant. Learners will learn how to apply professionally designed, standards-compliant templates to create visually appealing Web site quickly and easily. This easy-to-understand text combines reference, practice, and reinforcement.
NEW PERSPECTIVES ON MICROSOFT EXPRESSION WEB 3.0 offers a critical-thinking approach to teaching Web design within the Expression Studio suite. This text explains and reinforces Expression Web concepts through the New Perspectives' signature case-based, problem-solving pedagogy. Students will learn how to design and maintain Web pages with Microsoft's WYSIWYG Expression Web 3.0 software.
About the Author
Professor Henry Bojack has been teaching at the college level for more than 25 years. He is currently the Acting Chair of the Business and Management of Technology Department at Farmingdale State College in Long Island, NY. Professor Bojack is a past winner of the Farmingdale Foundation Award for Teaching Excellence. He teaches courses in Office applications. Management Information Systems, and Web page authoring.
Table of Contents
Tutorial 1: Getting Started. Tutorial 2: Formatting Text. Tutorial 3: Formatting with CSS. Tutorial 4: Working with Images. Tutorial 5: Working with Hyperlinks. Tutorial 6: Creating Interactivity. Appendices A-F. Glossdex. Task Reference.