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What the book covers: Building A Web Site For Dummies , 2nd Edition covers the essentials an inexperienced Web designer needs to know to put together a robust Web site. Includes a basic overview of page creation, designing around a theme, adding content from other sources, updating and keeping a site current, and collecting comments from site users. New in this edition: This fully-updated 2nd edition walks readers through processes and technologies that were brand new when the current edition published. Notable adds include coverage on building a site to support eBay auctions, using PayPal as an ECommerce agent, and instantly updating a site via Weblogs. Includes a CD that is packed with trial and demo versions of the tools covered in the book. Amazon.com Review If you're just getting your feet wet in Web site construction, the first big hurdle is figuring out where to start. Building a Web Site for Dummies lightens things up with humor and makes the challenge of building a site far less daunting. This book doesn't zoom you right into coding HTML, although it covers the markup language quite well. Instead, it offers a much higher-level look at site design by examining the general questions of navigation principles, affiliation possibilities, building communications with your users, and other wide-ranging topics. For this reason, the book covers a lot of ground and offers a broad perspective on site design that transcends simple page coding. A couple of the more useful sections on Web site tools and e-commerce cover useful utilities, such as NetMechanic, Statbot, and Spinwave. The chapter on e-commerce helps you get to know the ropes of selling stuff online, and points you to online malls, fulfillment services, and currency converters. The companion CD-ROM contains evaluation versions of useful tools, such as Paint Shop Pro, HomeSite 4.5, Fireworks, and Dreamweaver. You won't find all of the knowledge that you seek to become a Web site guru in this book, but you will gain perspective and learn tons of useful tips and tricks. --Stephen W. Plain Topics covered: Designing a Web site plan Web page construction 101 Using scripts and applets Site navigation Graphics handling Multimedia Site tuning Using content providers Message boards E-commerce Affiliates programs Publicity
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