From the Back Cover
6 Easy Projects in full color
Family or Personal Website, eBay Store to Sell Products, Online Storefronts, Websites to Share Images, Blogging Websites, Creating a Profile on MySpace
Get ready to see just how fun and easy it is to create your own websites!
As the popularity of the Internet and World Wide Web have risen over the past decade, virtually all businesses have established an online presence. Many individuals, too, have left their imprint on the web, creating a family website or posting vacation pictures. If you want to join the millions of people who have created websites, but fear you lack the background or expertise for such an endeavor, this book is for you!
Understand how to:
- Create websites that can be as easy as using a word processor
- Share your family pictures with friends and relatives
- Start blogging with Blogger
- Sell products and services online by creating your own web storefront
- Create an eBay store
- Make new friends on MySpace
6 Easy Projects
In this book you’ll see just how easy it is to create your own website. The CD included with this book contains professional website templates and a free web page editor. With the web page editor you can quickly and easily customize the templates into your very own personal websites. Better still, using the editor is as simple as using a word processor
It’s just point and click!
- HTML templates for quickly creating your website
- Mozilla Composer, a free HTML editing program
About the Author
Create Your Own Website is author Scott Mitchell’s eighth book; his others are Sams Teach Yourself Active Server Pages 3.0 in 21 Days (Sams); Designing Active Server Pages (O’Reilly); ASP.NET: Tips, Tutorials, and Code (Sams); ASP.NET Data Web Controls Kick Start (Sams); Teach Yourself ASP.NET in 24 Hours (Sams); Teach Yourself ASP.NET 2.0 in 24 Hours (Sams); and Teach Yourself ASP.NET 3.5 in 24 Hours (Sams). Scott is a regular columnist for Microsoft’s MSDN Magazine and has authored more than 1,000 online articles on his website, 4GuysFromRolla.com. Scott’s nonwriting accomplishments include speaking at numerous technical user groups and conferences across the country. Scott also teaches web technology classes at the University of California–San Diego University Extension. In addition to teaching and writing, Scott is a software developer. He works as an independent consultant and has authored and sold several commercial software applications.