Web Sites Do-It-Yourself For Dummies

Web Sites Do-It-Yourself For Dummies
Janine Warner
07 Jan 2010
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A step-by-step guide to creating your first Web siteEverybody's building cool web sites, but how? Web Sites Do-It-Yourself For Dummies, 2nd Edition, shows you how, with simple, step-by-step instruction that will build your confidence as you build your site.You'll learn to plan your site and secure a domain name, how to use Dreamweaver for site construction, and how to test and publish your site.

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Customer Reviews

Ethan A. Winning said
All I read about the author is that she writes with humor and in an easy and understandable manner. Well, I found neither. In fact, when it comes to the Web, Internet, and Dreamweaver, I think that the only way to understand this stuff at this point in the technical continuum is to take classes and SEE what all the jargon is about. I've had a Web site since 1995, and right now it's stuck in 2002. And until my kids get around to "modernizing" it, that's where it's going to stay. I have work to do without diddling with this.

Janice A. Rust said
I liked all the examples of different characteristics. I find it very helpful in planning what I really want and need in my site's website. Excellent suggestions.

A. McNeilly said
I wish I had read the reviews before I wasted my money on this book. Oh, I'm sure it's a great book for those who are using Deamweaver but c'mon, the title should have been "Websites for Dummies using Dreamweaver". Since I am using WebPlus most of the book simply doesn't apply to me.

bronx book nerd said
This is a terrific guide for anyone interested in starting their own web site. Warner walks the reader through each critical process, explaining clearly the necessary steps to move forward. To get the most out of this book, however, you will need to have the right software to do the steps. You will need to consider how much to invest in the software, and be honest about your commitment and chances of doing it right yourself; otherwise, it may ultimately be better to hire someone out for the job. Nevertheless, if you choose to go at it yourself, there is plenty here to get you started on the right track.

C. M. Kelley said
This was a great resource. I had no experience creating a website and this book walked me through it. My web site is now up and running and I am working on my second site. I highly recommend this book to anyone starting a business website or any website for that matter.

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