Getting StartED Building Websites by Alexander Dawson

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Synopsis

Website design and development can be a minefield for beginners. Where do you start? What languages should you learn? What techniques should you use to produce your site? What should you put on your site? How do you make it look appealing? How do you update it? This book takes into account the most frequently asked website design and development questions and gives you straightforward answers.

No experience required in this step-by-step guide to website design and development Presents the important techniques you need to learn in easy-to-follow examples Takes the confusion out of languages, technologies, and all the important elements of the development process
 

About Alexander Dawson

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Alexander Dawson (Shoreham-By-Sea, UK) is an award winning web professional, and writer with more than 10 years of industry experience. He spends his days running his web consultancy firm, writing professionally about web design, and giving his free time to assist others in the field. Alexander has contributed to leading sites including Smashing Magazine, Six Revisions and SitePoint, and is a member of the Guild of Accessible Web Designers he actively promotes and advocates the benefits of a good user-experience and web standards.
 
Published December 17, 2009 by Apress. 688 pages
Genres: Computers & Technology.