Complete Idiot's Guide to Microsoft FrontPage 2000 (The complete idiot's guide)

Complete Idiot's Guide to Microsoft FrontPage 2000 (The complete idiot's guide)

by ElisabethParker (Author)

Synopsis

Yesterday, maybe you thought that FrontPage 2000 had to do with news about the new millennium. But today, you know that it's the hottest, most popular software tool for creating and maintaining Web sites. And while your mother certainly didn't raise any fools (except your brothers), maybe you're a little antsy about pasting yourself on the World Wide Web. Saddle up, Buck, because this book will launch you and your Web site into the 21st Century. The Complete Idiot's Guide to Microsoft FrontPage 2000 will have you spinning your Web site like a pro. With a focus on doing things the easy way, this book guides you through Web lingo, shows you how to publish your site, and gives you advanced techniques you'll need to work wonders on the Web.

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Format: Paperback
Pages: 416
Edition: 1
Publisher: Imprint Unknown
Published: 06 May 1999

ISBN 10: 0789718065
ISBN 13: 9780789718068
Book Overview: Yesterday, maybe you thought that FrontPage 2000 had to do with news about the new millennium. But today, you know that it's the hottest, most popular software tool for creating and maintaining Web sites. And while your mother certainly didn't raise any fools (except your brothers), maybe you're a little antsy about pasting yourself on the World Wide Web. Saddle up, Buck, because this book will launch you and your Web site into the 21st Century. The Complete Idiot's Guide to Microsoft FrontPage 2000 will have you spinning your Web site like a pro. With a focus on doing things the easy way, this book guides you through Web lingo, shows you how to publish your site, and gives you advanced techniques you'll need to work wonders on the Web.

Author Bio
Elisabeth Parker is a professional Web developer and author. She is a long-time FrontPage user and has used FrontPage to develop many client Web sites. She has written several Web-publishing-related books for Peachpit, IDG, and Ventana, and she is known for her direct, easy-to-understand writing style.