From the Back Cover
Stop dreaming and start building that Web site! This one-stop resource demystifies the process, showing you step-by-step how to plan for, construct, and publish your own Web site. Connect to a remote server, get a domain name, and gather content. Then, construct pages using a variety of tools. Learn to use pictures and graphics, format text, create links and animation, take advantage of interactivity, and input forms. Build Your Own Web Site is a complete and illustrated step-by-step guide to the skills, tools, and accessories you'll need to produce professional-level Web sites in no time.
-Establish a domain name and secure server space
-Determine which Web site building tools work best for your needs
-Use Dreamweaver, FrontPage, GeoCities, and other Web site authoring tools
-Prepare text and photos for the Web
-Create graphics, animation, sound, and other exciting Web features
-Enhance your site with interactive search boxes and input forms
-Use link-testing tools, hit counters, and online mail list managers
-Increase traffic by working with search engines
About the Author
David Karlins (Berkeley, CA) is an author, Web designer, and teacher who creates Web sites for theaters, concerts, production studios, non-profits, and other clients. He teaches Web design at San Francisco State University's Multimedia Studies Program. Karlins is co-author (with David Elderbrock) of FrontPage 2002 Bible, which has sold over 110,000 copies in the past two editions. His other books include Teach Yourself FrontPage in a Week (over 25,000 copies sold).