From the Back Cover
Welcome to the only guidebook series that takes a visual approach to professional-level computer topics. Open the book and you'll discover step-by-step screen shots that demonstrate over 130 key Web page creation techniques, including:
- Adding images to a Web page
- Formatting text
- Developing and linking to anchors
- Creating an image map
- Constructing rules for style sheets
- Adjusting text properties
- Creating forms, check boxes, and radio buttons
- Using format tags
- Validating your code
"I have several books from the Visual series and have always found them to be valuable resources."
Stephen P. Miller (Ballston Spa, NY)
About the Author
is a computer consultant specializing in I.T. support and administrative services for the medical and pharmaceutical industries. Based in Toronto, Canada, Paul is the author of many books.
James H. Russell became acquainted with the Internet in 1997 while he was a student at Indiana University in Indianapolis. He quickly became engulfed in the Internet, becoming editor in chief at Amiga.org and later a member of the Mozilla community, where he worked with Mozilla.org staff and contributors to rewrite the release notes and README file for the Mozilla .6 and 1.0 releases. James has also created and co-designed Web pages; most recently he co-designed www.indybahai.org for the Indianapolis Bahá’í community. He also maintains his own blog at http://weblogs.mozillazine.org/kovu/.