Build dynamic Web pages—without a single line of programming code! Featuring learn-by-doing projects and plenty of visual examples, this hands-on book is your quick start to building Web sites that use some of the most popular features of the Web.
Have fun as you discover how to:
“Drag and drop” text, pictures, or other objects onto a Web page
Create drop-down and fly-out menus
Add uniformity to your site with Cascading Style Sheets, Master Pages, and Themes
Add database capabilities to your site
Restrict who has access to any—or all—of your Web pages
Allow your site visitors to customize their own experience
Visual Web Developer 2005 Express Edition
Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Express Edition
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Microsoft® Visual Web Developer™ 2005 Express Edition: Build a Web Site Now!
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Jim Buyens is the senior PC-LAN administrator for AG Communication Systems, a leading provider of telecommunications switching equipment and software. An early champion of TCP/IP applications and connectivity, he architected a coast-to-coast corporate network with over 25 Windows NT® based servers and 1,000 client PCs. He’s also the Webmaster at www.agcs.com, designing, deploying, and overseeing an intranet with over 14,000 Web pages. He also maintains a Web site featuring support for his books and help in finding Windows NT resources. The URL is http://www.interlacken.com. He is the author of Building Net Sites With Windows NT: An Internet Services Handbook (Addison Wesley, July 1996) and Stupid Web Tricks (Microsoft Press, 1998).