From the Back Cover
. Practical know-how.
FrontPage 2003 makes web development and maintenance easier thanever. At the same time, it holds more power than ever—meaning that evenexperienced users can use some help taking advantage of everything it has tooffer.
Microsoft FrontPage 2003 Savvy provides that help. Using avariety of informational, corporate, and commercial sites as examples, this bookwalks you through the web development cycle. You'll learn how to define and meetspecific site goals, make wise technical choices, overcome inevitable obstacles,and keep the site working and evolving in ways that makes all its stakeholdershappy.
Tutorial-based instruction gets you up and running no matter whatyour experience. You'll also get
focused coverage of new FrontPagefeatures, including accessibility checking and improved CSS and Sharepointsupport. Continue your progress with in-depth examinations of advanced topicsplus hard-to-find workarounds and shortcuts. And beautifully realized examples,both online and in the book’s full-color insert, demonstrate some of thethings you can achieve with FrontPage 2003. Coverageincludes:
Planning: workspace customization, site architecture,content acquisition, server setup, team-building.
Building: pagelayout, graphics placement, formatting text and links, navigation design andimplementation.
Adding dynamic content: animation, ActiveX controlsand other advanced objects, forms.
Integrating applications: databaseconnectivity, scripting, dynamic page content, searchengines.
Administration: back-end interface design, remote maintenance, setting up your own web server.
About the Author
Christian Crumlish has been designing web sites since 1994. He?s currently a consultant developing web-enabled applications for Fortune 500 clients. He has authored over 15 computer books including Dreamweaver MX/Fireworks MX Savvy.
Kate Chase is an online technical manager who has lead support communities on AOL, MSN and ZDNet. Kate has authored several computer books including Instant E-Commerce and PC Disaster and Recovery. She has helped people use FrontPage to create professional sites.