Creating a power web site

Creating a power web site

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If you've already created a basic Web site for your library, but want to turn it into a high-end one, this is the package for you! The easy-to-follow manual contains numerous library examples and practical exercises that help you make your Web site more appealing, efficient, and interactive. You'll learn how to create tables, arrange content more effectively, get more feedback from patrons, and add imagemap graphics which will allow patrons to connect to information in other parts of your Web site by clicking on pictures. An accompanying CD-ROM contains everything you need to quickly create features on your site! This cutting-edge package details how to improve your Web page by: -- learning HTML tags -- from those that identify documents and affect text displays to ones that create lists, hypertext links, and graphics displays-- creating imagemap graphics with Map This! and adding them to your HTML document-- creating tables and using frames to create more effective pages-- using forms to get feedback from patrons (including interlibrary loan, reserve, library card, and purchase forms)-- understanding forms and CGI basics using PERL-- creating database search formsThe CD-ROM includes a Map This! freeware program, and PERL Interpreter (with versions for LINUX, UNIX, Windows, and Mac), HTML documents and PERL code for all sample forms. Here's the multimedia package you need to enhance your library's standing on the information superhighway and draw many more patrons to your site!BGCOLOR= The BGCOLOR= attribute contains the hexadecimal color that will be used for the Web pagea#39;s background color. (See Appendix C for a listing of all hexadecimal color codes.) BGCOLOR=aquot;004400aquot; LINK= The LINK= attributeanbsp;...

Title:Creating a power web site
Author:Gail Junion-Metz, Brad Stephens
Publisher:Neal Schuman Pub - 1998


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