The Bottom Line
If you want to build a Web page and have never even thought about programming, then this book has what you need.
- Perfect for the new Web builder
- Tear out reference for a quick start
- Light and entertaining to read
- Not for anyone who knows HTML
- Some sections are out of date
- Light reading, easy to follow, and good for the beginner.
- Explains everything about creating a Web page, from start to finish.
- You learn just enough HTML to do what you need to build a page.
- Specifics about putting up pages on various hosting services.
Guide Review - Creating Web Pages for Dummies by Bud Smith and Arthur Bebak
This book is meant as an introduction to creating Web pages. If you are already familiar with HTML or are comfortable with using a Web page editor, then you probably won't like this book. However, this book is perfect for the person who has never created a Web page before. One of the nice things about this book is that since it is not a book about learning HTML, you don't have to spend a lot of time on that. This book is meant to help you get up on the Web with the information you need. If you don't have a Web page yet, but are thinking about creating one, then this book is a great place to start.