The Bottom Line
- Very visual, with most steps as pictures, not text
- Includes a CD with all the software you need (Windows)
- Full-color images
- Two-column layout can be hard to read
- The graphics are sometimes hard to read
- Some typos and misprints can be distracting
- Includes 1stPage 2000 on the CD and the book is built around using that software.
- Fun descriptions keep you moving through the lessons. Each lesson is part of an on-going story.
- Learn all of standard HTML, including colors, fonts, lists, links, graphics, tables and forms.
- Explains working with a client - get reactions to your work to improve to meet their expectations.
Guide Review - Paging the Web – Book Review
Paging the Web feels like a web page that was printed out and bound. This is not necessarily a bad thing, but it results in some pages that would work better online than they do in print. This is a book for beginners who are afraid of any type of jargon term. Rather than using the jargon, this book takes you step-by-step through how to create a web page. The problem is, since you are not taught the jargon, you may become limited to only the items that are taught in this book.
Paging the Web is no longer available for sale.
Review last updated: February 26, 2011