An updated guide to the creation, management and understanding of what to do with making web pages. Encompassing both PCs and Macs, testing, and the best use of images and text, it also covers the key software, along with hot tips and advice for all skill levels. This is an indispensable and highly accessible updated guide to the creation, management and understanding of everything to do with making web pages. Featuring step-by-step guides on a variety of topics, including how to set up an online store, how to make a company website and creating personal web pages, it is ideal for anyone keen to increase their web presence - from a family who want to share their news and photos, to small new companies who need to stay ahead of the game in this competitive world. Encompassing both PCs and Macs, testing, and the best use of images and text, it also covers all the key software, along with hot tips and advice for all skill levels. AUTHORS: Roger Laing is a writer and journalist and has edited several online publications, including sites backed by major IT companies such as Lotus and Microsoft. He has also written and edited various books and magazines covering PCs, the Internet, web design and information technology. He has an MA in Experimental Psychology from Oxford University. Rhys Lewis has worked in online and print journalism for 20 years, and has written for PC Magazine, Computer Shopper, MacUser and PC Direct. He launched his first website in 1995 and has since edited and developed sites for Dennis Publishing, Reed and IDG Communications. He has also worked as a usability manager for Orange UK's online portal, and currently builds and maintains sites for a number of small businesses across the UK. SELLING POINTS:
From beginner to advanced, amateur to professional.
Essential terminology, software, tasks.
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