It seems books on this topic are very thin on the ground, and good books even more scarce! I was looking for some meat on the hows and whys of whether to use frames, navigation links, how to "regionalise" a web site - where to put banner ads and how to start incorporating dynamic components into my static pages. None of this did I find. The book only served as a quick read to confirm what I already knew from several years of surfing, creating less an less amatuerish websites and the odd intranet site. The good points of the book are its attention to the procedure of getting teams onside to actually create the site from a concept plan through to finished article, complete with testing, revision and restructuring - and the various pitfalls to watch out for. Formalising the distinction between the oddly name functional and topical sites, cemented a design choice I am currently making. Various other design blunders are mentioned and compared, but no solution is really presented. Overall, worth a quick read, but not the design bible I was hoping for.