Web Design by Sue Jenkins
The L Line, The Express Line to Learning

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Get on the fast track to creating your own Web site Want to create a compelling Web site for a home business, family, or fun? Whether you're a student, aspiring designer, or entrepreneur, you can -- with Dreamweaver(r) and this easy-to-follow guide. Gain solid skills as you go from station to station in a series of clear-cut tutorials that cover site planning, registering a domain, formatting, and more. The last stop? Put your new site online and go live! Start your journey today on The L Line. Define your goals and create a site plan Learn the best ways to combine HTML and Cascading Style Sheets Use layers, create forms, and make the site interactive Master Web standards and the latest search engine optimization techniques All aboard for valuable online extras Visit The L Line Web site at www.wiley.com/go/thelline for valuable online supplementary materials: Test bank with challenging review questions PowerPoint slides with chapter outlines Images and Web page files from the book Practice exam answers A CSS reference guide Along The L Line Complete tutorial coverage with step-by-step instruction Ample illustrations and examples Real-world case studies, applications, and hints for avoiding pitfalls Practice exams that let you evaluate your progress

About Sue Jenkins

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Sue Jenkins is a Web designer, graphic designer, illustrator, teacher, and writer. For over ten years, she has provided Web and graphic design services to small and medium-sized businesses, consultants, writers, artists, and entrepreneurs through her company, Luckychair (www.luckychair.com). Jenkins designs and manufactures her own line of greeting cards and licenses her illustrations worldwide. Since 2004, she has been teaching courses in Macromedia Dreamweaver, Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator at the computer software training center, Noble Desktop, in New York City, and writing technical articles for the online e-zine, TechTrax. Sue recently moved with her son and husband, a philosophy professor, to Little Rock, Arkansas, from New York City.
Published February 27, 2007 by Wiley. 547 pages
Genres: Computers & Technology. Non-fiction