Book DetailAuthor/Editor(s): Karl Stolley
Publication Date: March 21, 2011
Size: 10.9 MB
Book DescriptionWriting and designing for the Web are essential to anyone looking to advance his or her personal, academic, or professional Internet presence. How to Design and Write Web Pages Today offers an approach for building sites that reach your intended audience, using methods that enable a site to be updated and improved over time.
An introduction to standards-based Web design, this book treats creating a website from the point of view of the writer, focusing on writing concerns and how they fit with the technological challenges of the Web. Readers will learn about the reasons for writing on the Web; the challenges of writing there; and the solid, but flexible construction of individual pages. The focus is on building websites that can grow, including sites built around the popular, open-source WordPress blogging system.
Rich with examples, the book demonstrates that Web writing and design can be fast and fun and accomplished without expensive software or sophisticated programming skills.
This book is a one-stop resource for individuals who need practical, low-cost solutions and useful tips on how to make Web design affordable, effective, and relatively easy. . . . Recommended. Lower-division undergraduates, two-year technical program students, professionals/practitioners, and general audiences.
This book provides an informative and practical overview of design, technical, and content considerations for today's web designers. . . . . It's a useful purchase for media specialists who create web pages or as a resource for teachers who teach web design classes.
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