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by Jim Buyens

eBook Running Microsoft FrontPage 2000 download ISBN: 157231947X
Author: Jim Buyens
Publisher: Microsoft Press (May 7, 1999)
Language: English
Pages: 836
ePub: 1688 kb
Fb2: 1806 kb
Rating: 4.5
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Category: Technologies
Subcategory: Networking and Cloud Computing

Running Microsoft Frontpage 2000 is a reference that takes readers through the most used tasks and functions of. .

Running Microsoft Frontpage 2000 is a reference that takes readers through the most used tasks and functions of Microsoft FrontPage 2000. This book explores Microsoft's powerful Web development tool in its entirety, answering nearly any question you may have about how to publish the sharpest pages ever. Do you want to put up a simple page? Build an intranet?

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"Running Microsoft Frontpage 2000"" is a reference that takes readers through the most used tasks and functions of Microsoft FrontPage 2000, Microsoft's bestselling Web authoring tool. The Running series is designed to be easy to use, with a friendly, open design featuring copious screen shots, call-outs, cross-references, and tips. It is definely not for everyone. It is a refrence book, and is definetly not for beginners. Get FrontPage 2000 Step-by-Step for that. But it serves as a great refrence source. Keep up the good work!

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Comments: (7)
BORZOTA
Micro$oft is indeed a bunch of smart business people. I have used FrontPage since version 1 and have always found the user's guide ("Getting Started...") of little use beyond the basics. The online help is extensive, but purely and simply mechanical.
This book is a good book (although the accompanying CD-ROM is rather useless, at least for me), as it details almost every aspect of using the great program. I don't think it's a good first-time user's guide (for that check out the "official FrontPage 2000 book" from Micro$oft), but it can serve as a good reference to FP 2000. What I like about it is the accuracy of the information contained therein. If you get a third-party book (like "Mastering M$ FP 2000"), you get a lot of inaccurate information.
What we still need is a good FP 2000 resource book, like how to integrate e-commerce, how to create *good* themes, etc. Using FP 2000 is easy enough, but creating a good web site is a totally different, and very difficult, matter.
Cheers.
Malalanim
I keep reading these negative reviews on this book and I am astounded to hear so many complaints. I have three 800+ page books on FrontPage and this is by far the best. Several times I have needed to look for help on specifc matters and it never fails...the best and most comprehensive information is in this book. Now, let me say that if you are new to FrontPage, do not waste your time with this book. You will hate it. It will truly make your head spin. It is not written to help you understand FP, rather is is written in a way that assumes that you are an experienced user. That said, there are a few things that this book chooses to leave out but for 99% of you out there using FP, this book is a reference to all your ever need. Notice I said reference. After you've worked with FP for a few months or a few years, you are going to want to be able to get at the nuts and bolts of what it can do. You aren't going to want someone explaining what a table is as though you are in first grade. If that sounds like you then this is the book for you. I love this book so much that my other FP books never get used. This is my reference material and it does the job every time.
Hugifyn
This book contains pages of useless palaver about the "Web moving from obscurity to the mainstream", "anything involving two or more persons involves politics", "good page layout involves balance: use of the left margin as well as the right...", "real life offers-as does Web page design- a countless variety of potential contrasts", and so on, and so on. No topic deserves less than a long paragraph of zero content. The book also is really annoying in the way it pushes the product, talking about "rich" features, "making things easier than ever","the force of FrontPage themes".
When push comes to shove, features simply are cataloged. With little attempt to link features to a complete project, or to answer natural questions that pop up as one goes through a project, the book forces one to flip back and forth trying to answer this or that.
Bottom line: much blather, little direction
Ance
I read Buyens'earlier FP-98 cover-to-cover to learn FP-98, and then got the FP-2000 version at that product's introduction. The books are quite similar with 2000 containing all the new features of the FP-2000 product, plus some additional development in a few areas. I have been very happy with both books. I used the first to learn FrontPage, and now the second as a good reference. Few texts can be used for such cross purposes like this one can.
The material has a good layout and pleasing presentation, although it is not a "slick-page" book. It is neither a "for Dummies" book, as it is written in an intelligent and engaging style. It has a well-developed Table of Contents and extensive index for finding what you want.
"Tables" are arguably the most important aspect of a Web page and the chapter on tables is particularly good. When I was finished, I really understood tables and now I use FP to just create the outline of complex multi-table tables, but then use HTML mode to go in and put them together. RUNNING showed me how to do that, by several examples in the book.
The CD is good in that a lot of what was covered in the book is available without re-typing it in. I thought that more could have been made of this resource. Small complaint, and Buyens' book is still the best of the lot.