An effective Web site is the key to success for every venture from class reunions to major corporations. And since Web technology changes rapidly, Building a Web Site For Dummies, 4th Edition is fully updated for the cutting-edge tools and trends.
If you need to build and maintain a Web site, even if your experience is severely limited, this book makes it easy and fun.
Whether you’re in the preliminary stages of planning a site or you’re looking to improve the look of an existing site, this reference book covers it all. Now updated with the latest site tools, design techniques, and commerce options, this new edition of the bestseller offers a solid framework for building a Web site from scratch. Packed with all the essentials to help make your site the best it can be, this resource goes beyond just basic design and page building to show you how to incorporate both of those elements into a successful site. ...
Know your audience, plan your site, and make it both interactive and cool
Gone are the days when you could get by with a boring Web site. With Flash, you can add interactivity, video, an exciting and easy-to-navigate interface, and eye candy like custom cursors and flying text. This friendly guide makes Flash fun and easy, so you can have your site up and running in no time.
Learn to build and optimize attractive, functional web sites for smartphones Today, mobile devices outnumber desktop and laptop computers three to one. Skill in developing web sites that work on mobile devices is in demand, and this friendly, step-by-step guide shows how to build and optimize sites using HTML5 and other standard web development tools.
Your one-stop guide to building a user-friendly site with professional flair
Whether you're building a site to keep in touch with others, sell products, or promote a cause, you want to make sure yours stands out in the crowd. This handy reference shows you how to design an accessible site, create graphics and navigation menus, build forms, insert sound and video, and keep your visitors coming back for more.
Discover how to
Plan, maintain, and promote a Web site
Design with users in mind
Work with HTML and CSS
hows Web developers how to use two popular open source technologies, the PHP scripting language and MySQL database, to build Web database applications
This updated edition covers changes in PHP 5 and the latest version of MySQL, including programming techniques for the new PHP default setting, methods for handling MySQL security problems, and extended information about Apache Web Server and Mac OS X versions of PHP and MySQL
Explains how to install Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X versions of PHP and MySQL
Includes two complete sample applications: an online catalog and a members-only Web site ...
Using lots of examples, including a sample working Web site, the book shows how to create dynamic and interactive pages, build entire sites, and automate pages
Do you want to develop Web sites without the help of a programmer? Lucky for you there’s DotNetNuke, a content management system that allows you to build and maintain dynamic Web sites just by using a Web browser.
DotNetNuke For Dummies helps you get down to business and shows you how to create a user-friendly Web site. You’ll find out how you can build and manage a flexible, versatile site with all the advantages an open-source application offers, use convenient modules, build a community, and save some money at the same time. This plain-English guide lets you discover how to:...
HTML is a key part of the Internet. It has a short but extremely vibrant history.
In order to understand what HTML5 is about, it’s useful to look at where it came
from. The Internet (and the Web in particular) has been changing at a dizzying
pace. HTML has been trying to keep up.
When HTML was first devised, it comprised a handful of tags, and HTML did
little more than determine how a page was laid out. As the Web matured, many
features were added. Today’s Internet is still about documents, but it’s also
Greetings! You just entered the world of ASP.NET 3.5 For Dummies. In
case you weren’t told on the way in, ASP.NET is Microsoft’s technology
for building dynamic, interactive, data-driven Web pages. The primary tool
for creating ASP.NET sites is Visual Web Developer (VWD), which you use
throughout this book.
Wait a minute! An introduction to an introduction is not only wordy and
redundant, it’s superfluous and unnecessary.
DotNetNuke is not just a great piece of free (yes, free!) software: It’s your key
to a vibrant and ever-changing community of software users, designers, and
developers. How deeply you choose to get involved with the DotNetNuke
world is up to you. If you opt for little involvement, you can simply download
the code or find a hosting provider who can set you up with a domain and
hosting where you can build your DotNetNuke Web site.
After years of using spacer GIFs, layers of nested tables, and other improvised solutions for building your web sites, getting used to the more stringent standards-compliant design can be intimidating. HTML and XHTML Pocket Reference is the perfect little book when you need answers immediately.
Pro HTML5 Accessibility helps designers come to grips with building exciting, accessible and usable web sites and applications with HTML5. The book covers how to use HTML5 in order to serve the needs of people with disabilities and older persons using assistive technology (AT). It aims to be a useful ‘go-to’ guide, providing practical advice. It takes several approaches, including a look at the new semantics of HTML5 and how to combine its use with authoring practices you know from using earlier versions of HTML.