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Readers wishing to create their own home page or sell products on the World Wide Web will find this bestseller to be the informative guide they need. They quickly learn about HTML and master the various ways to present information on the Web.Readers get hands-on practice writing simple HTML documents and linking them togetherTeaches how to add multimedia, such as images, sound, and video to HTML pagesDiscusses adding interactivity to a Web page
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For the millions who already use Word for Windows, this book makes publishing on the Internet incredibly easy. Visual, hands-on tutorials show you how to use Internet Assistant to access, browse, and publish on the Internet--including the World Wide Web--all from within Word. The CD includes Internet Assistant from Microsoft.
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OK, everyone has, or needs, a guide to the Internet, but if this book is to be a writer's guide, we need to know the purpose for which a writer wants to use the Internet. There are multiple answers in Groves' work. Not clearly delineated, perhaps, but generally falling into the categories of research, online publication, and marketing. Because of my background, research is my first thought in regard to the net. Groves covers the basics briefly, but emphasizing those tools of most interest to writers. She adds a few topics, such as email interviews, which are not dealt with in other works. However, the overall coverage of Internet applications and resources is quite terse. References to some of the better Internet guides would have... Rest of this review on the detail page
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Businesses are jumping on the Web at lightning speed -- but being first and being best are very different. This is a non-technical but very useful book written by a marketer, for marketers. No nonsense, no technobabble, and plenty of real-world case studies. Introduces executives to the World Wide Web Helps marketers set realistic goals for online marketing Explains how to create interesting and interactive Web pages Teaches how to get useful feedback and provide customer service Examines the future of online marketing In a world crowded by thousand-page Internet books, this marketing-oriented title is the choice for anyone who wants to spend more time doing business than turning pages. Imbued with a practical perspective, and filled wit... Rest of this review on the detail page
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This is the most complete work on the World Wide Web that I have seen to date. It definitely contains more information than other works on the topic. Be aware, however, that the content quality is not consistent throughout. Parts one and two are the usual introduction both to the Internet, and to Web browsers. Coverage of browsers is broader than most (although not as exhaustive as, say, "The Complete Idiot's Guide to the World Wide Web" (see reviews)). The discussion of different programs has, though, little analysis. Mosaic is presented as "not the only" browser, but its weaknesses in handling email and forms are not mentioned. Part three gives some very insightful tips on W3 concepts, operat... Rest of this review on the detail page
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