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The Complete Idiot's Guide to Creating an HTML Web Page supplies fast and also easy assistance for developing and also developing Web web pages. In light-hearted as well as entertaining language, this guide describes HTML fundamentals as well as Netscape extensions and also how to collaborate with images, create types, put your page on the Web, as well as fix up your web page. Although it is written for novices, this overview thinks that you have a browser as well as Internet access. The message starts with the top ten steps to a best Web web page then jumps right into the design process. You will certainly learn ways to utilize various HTML editors, where to obtain cost-free graphics, as well as how to implement the pointers on Web page design. The included floppy functions HTML instances from guide, example graphics, an FTP client, HTML editors, graphics shareware, and also a Zip application.
- Series: 2nd ed
- Paperback: 328 pages
- Publisher: Que Pub; 2nd Bk&CD edition (March 1997)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 078971146X
- ISBN-13: 978-0789711465
- Product Dimensions: 0.8 x 7.5 x 9.5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.7 pounds
An excellent guide for any novice wanting to write a website
45 people found this helpful.
Paul McFedries adopts the style of a friendly chat over a cup of coffee. He cuts through the jargon and rapidly inspires confidence – Hey! I could do this! is the message all through. The book is well organised in logical chapters each building on the previous ones to take a simple web page with only text and grow it to a complete web site with pictures, sounds, frames and forms. There are plenty of examples in the text and a very useful CD accompanying the book contains them all plus many other useful graphics and scripts to add to your web site. There are also many suggestions for other sources of help and resources from the Internet. If you want to learn about HTML and writing web sites, this is the book.
Easy and fun-a great beginners’ guide!
8 people found this helpful.
Overall a good book, but no Mac support
One person found this helpful.
This book covers a lot of html coding for making your own website. It also covers the mechanics of getting your site “loaded” onto the web, which most books lack. My big disappointment is that it doesn’t cover Mac software for creating and publishing webpages. While html is platform-neutral, the mechanics of publishing a website are not identical. At least something more than minimal acknowledgment of the Mac would be in order.
Enjoy reading this book
Enjoy reading this book, well written, and east to follow. Recommend this seller, got book in a very short time and in perfect condition.
did you note the publishing date??
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Answer: 2002. That should be a “caution” for buying this book.
Great book to learn from!
This is a very good book. Not much you can say. Comes with all the examples, some software, references, and good graphics. Easy reading and a funny guy to read too. I even created a web page using this book…
Think twice before buying.
29 people found this helpful.
As a total HTML illiterate, I bought myself this book. I found the first five chapters of Part 1 rather easy to read and understandable. I could easily grasp the few basics of font, color, and background color. But after chapter 5, Paul lost me. I counldn’t get what he was trying to say after that. I learnt graphics, links and tables all through other people. It’s not that what he writes is wrong, it’s just rather badly worded. I probably read his chapter on frames like a million times and finally got the hang of it after visiting a self help HTML site. And forget about margins. I bought this book like two year before and only recently I grasp the concept of margins, and heck it’s not through this book. So unless you’re one of those types who has the patience or can understand badly worded explainations, I wouldn’t recommend you buy this book or at least be armed with other self help HTML books to cross reference cause you won’t get what he’s saying in the first reading. In short, his examples are plenty but his explainations are vague and unclear. Not completely helpful to the completely HTML illiterate.
HTML the basic with a good doses of nostalgia.
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Learning HTML 4? This is a MUST BUY!
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Have you decided that you want to learn HTML and didn’t know where to start? “The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Creating an HTML 4 Web Page” by Paul McFedries is the answer! The book is divided into three parts. Part 1 is Creating Your First HTML page and covers chapters 1 through 7. It starts out first explaining what HTML is. In the second chapter, which is titled Laying the Foundation: The Basic Structure of a Web Page, you begin coding. Paul explains all the HTML tags and has plenty of examples. Chapter 3 covers formatting and how to insert special characters into your web page. The book does not include all the special characters. It is 11 pages. The TM mark is one of the characters not included and is why I searched for it when Imation was going to be presenting to us. Chapter 4 gets into creating numbered list, bulleted list, and definition list. Adding links is covered in chapter 5. It covers local links, e-mail links, and links to other net resources including FTP, Gopher, Usenet, and Telnet. Nobody likes plain web pages, so in chapter 6, Paul shows you how to add images to your web page. He also covers the copyright issues. Of course no one can view your HTML creation until it is on a web server, so in chapter 7 Paul covers FTPing your creation to your ISP. Part two is titled A Grab Bag of Web Wonders and includes chapters 8 through 19. Using images for links and creating imagemaps is covered in chapter 8. Chapter 18 list some resources for finding images on the net.The book also covers tables, multimedia, feedback forms, style sheets, and redirecting browsers with client pull. Two additional chapters worth mentioning are Chapter 19 which is about the Personal Web Server and chapter 22, which is about Front Page Express. A geek speak dictionary is included in Appendix A. The book includes a CD Rom , which includes CoolEdit, CuteFTP, Live Image, and Map Edit. There are also programs for your friends that use Macs. It also includes over 500 professional web graphics. The book is now in it’s third edition. END