Sams Teach Yourself Microsoft Expression Web 4 in 24 HoursBook - 2011
Build standards-based Web sites with Expression Web: a step-by-step tutorial that helps you do it right the first time
Expression Web 4 offers a fundamentally different, more powerful approach to web authoring. To make the most of it, both beginners and seasoned web professionals will benefit from a thorough, simple introduction that covers both the programs program's features and its new workflows. Sams Teach Yourself Microsoft Expression Web 4 in 24 Hours is that book. In just 24 lessons of one hour or less, it will help readers gain true mastery, so they can build state-of-the-art standards-based Web sites and applications with far less work. In this book's straightforward approach, each lesson builds on everything that's come before, helping readers learn all of Expression Web 4's core features from the ground up - including breakthrough features like Dynamic Web Templates and SuperPreview. Friendly, accessible, and conversational, it takes readers from concept through delivery, teaching powerful techniques for designing, constructing, and even re-designing web sites for easier management and repurposing. By the time they're finished with these lessons, readers won't just understand Expression Web 4: they'll be comfortable using it in real-world projects.
Designed for beginners, this guide to Microsoft's Expression Web 4 development platform provides step-by-step instructions for creating clearly coded and well styled static and dynamic websites. Beginning with a walk-through of the development environment and an overview of common actions and commands, the work covers text, graphics and links in HTML, styling with CSS, and several more advanced topics such as Flash and Silverlight and a small chapter on getting started with PHP. Each chapter builds on the previous and includes code example and screen shots as well as a quiz and practice exercise. Rand-Hendriksen is a media consultant, Microsoft Most Valuable Professional and a contributor to the Microsoft Expression Web newsletter. Annotation ©2011 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)