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Using Microsoft FrontPage 2002 Special Edition Paperback – 22 May 2001

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This book covers everything needed to develop and publish professional Web and intranet pages and sites using FrontPage 2002. It provides comprehensive sections on Web server setup and administration and on adding interactivity to Web sites with Active Server Pages and scripting languages such as JavaScript and Visual Basic ScriPART It also tells more advanced readers how to integrate Web sites with databases as well as add Dynamic HTML, XML, and Java applets to their sites.

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Neil Randall( nrandall@watarts.uwaterloo.ca) has written or coauthored a wide range of books on Internet topics. He is a frequent contributor to PC Magazine, Computer Shopper, and ZDNet, and has published hundreds of articles and reviews in many computer magazines over the past sixteen years. He teaches multimedia design and critique, as well as the analysis of computer interfaces, as a professor at the University of Waterloo in Canada.

Dennis Jones has taught computer courses at adult-education and college level, and has been a professional writer for over twenty years. In non-fiction, he is author of How to Do Everything with the Internet and has contributed to several other books related to Windows and the Internet, including Que's Platinum Edition Using Windows 98 and Using HTML 4. In his fiction career he has written eleven internationally published novels. His two recent fantasy works, The Stone and the Maiden and The Mask and the Sorceress, were published in the United States and Canada by HarperCollins. Dennis lives with his wife Sandi in a log farmhouse near Ottawa, in Canada.

Paul Colligan (colligan@email.com) is the Director of Internet Technologies at Rubicon International, a management consulting firm in Portland, Oregon. He is also the Webmaster of FrontPage World, the Internet's most popular online resource for Microsoft FrontPage and web development issues. Mr. Colligan is a popular writer and presenter on Internet technology topics and frequently speaks online, on the air, and before audiences about his passions. He has presented at events around the country that include Internet World, Linux World, Commission Junction University, and Tech-Ed. He lives in Portland, Oregon with his wife and daughter and enjoys hiking, theater, music, fine dining, and travel. Visit FrontPage World at http://www.frontpageworld.com.

Mark Fitzpatrick is a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) who specializes in Microsoft Internet technologies and products such as FrontPage, Active Server Pages, .NET, and Internet Information Services. When he isn't writing, Mark can be found working as Chief Information Officer for SMARTER Online (http://www.smarteronline.com) designing online continuing education systems or as VP of Software Architecture for the Inner Reach Corporation, an online healthcare company. This summer he will also launch http://www.fitzme.com to provide FrontPage and other web tool users a place for tips, tricks, and troubleshooting help.

John Jay Kottler (jkottler@erols.com) has been programming for 15 years and has spent the past seven years developing applications for the Windows platform. He has also been programming multimedia applications and developing for the Web for the past three years. His knowledge includes C/C++, Visual Basic, multimedia, digital video production, and Internet development. Jay has published several computer articles and has written or contributed to numerous Sams books, including DHTML Unleashed, Visual InterDev Unleashed, Web Page Wizardry, Web Publishing Unleashed, Netscape Unleashed, Presenting ActiveX, and Programming Windows 95 Unleashed. A graduate of Rutgers University with a degree in computer science, he enjoys inline skating, cycling, and playing digital music in his spare time.

Kelly Murdock works professionally as a manager of a web development group. On the side, he writes Web and graphics computer books and has been involved in too many projects to number, including 3ds max R4 Bible, Illustrator 9 Bible, Master HTML Visually, and HTML 4 Unleashed. In his spare time, he pours his creative energies into the kids' education site, http://www.animabets.com.

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Microsoft FrontPage 2002 by Randall & Jones Great Resource! 21 Jun. 2001
By michelle caldwell - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
I am new to using FrontPage although I have installed other web based software products. The book was easy to follow and gave me the technical details I needed to sink my teeth in and create a a web presence with FrontPage 2002. The book is 914 pages and covered designing web pages, web creation and managment, scripting, and dynamic content, using Linux as a webserver, and databases connectivity. As you can see it goes from the simple creation of web pages to setting up a beefy website. I feel the book is a great reference. As a side note the book does not come with CD.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Solid reference work 3 Mar. 2002
By C.A. Latias - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
This is a detailed and comprehensive resource for FrontPage 2002, well presented and authoritative. Should be just about all you need to help develop effective Web sites, with or without the use of a Web server. Also covers related material well, some examples being: the creation and adapting of graphics for the Web, collaboration techniques for team-based Web development, and the essentials of using FrontPage with Apache Web servers.
8 of 13 people found the following review helpful
Weakened FP2002 dishonestly handled by Que? 24 Feb. 2002
By Bill Eger - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
You need to go no farther than page 23 to spot the fatal flaw in this book, "Microsoft did not include the Personal Web Server (PWS) with FrontPage 2002 ... " PWS versions 4 and 5, the book says, are available on Win98, NT4 Option Pack and Win2000. Trouble is none of those work with Windows XP! There is nothing I could find in the book that XP Home Edition seems to take no notice of FrontPage. And, worst of all -- the need for WinXP Professional established -- the book doesn't even mention IIS5.1 which is in WinXP Professional and necessary for full use of FP2002.
This failure isn't corrected -- as of late February -- on the quehelp.com pages offered to update such information. Not to mention the loss of a CD, none offered on the book with 3rd party samples and a searchable copy of the volume. Very poor job. And I'm a Que Using series user! Okay, I used to be. (Note there is no CD with the Using Office XP either!)
That said, the credibility and usefulness of the rest of this poorly written book is suspect. I won't quote some of the paragraphs that are simply not understandable. You won't have any trouble finding your own samples. I wish I had my money back.
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