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SL Public Library - Computer Services. Build your Web Site – Part 1. What do you need to Publish Your Web Site Little Web History and Search Engines Planning your Web Site How to create Web Pages – WYSIWYG Editors FrontPage Intro – Screen Layout Use FrontPage Wizard and Templates

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Sl public library computer services

SL Public Library - Computer Services

Build your Web Site – Part 1

  • What do you need to Publish Your Web Site

  • Little Web History and Search Engines

  • Planning your Web Site

  • How to create Web Pages – WYSIWYG Editors

  • FrontPage Intro – Screen Layout

  • Use FrontPage Wizard and Templates

  • Useful Links


What do you need to publish your web site

What do you need to Publish Your Web Site

  • Your Web FilesHTML, JPG, GIF, TXT, SWF, PHP,... Domain Name Free x Paid www.name.home.comcast.netwww.yourcoolweb.comHosting Space Free x Paid www.freewebspace.netwww.afmu.com

  • or all above in one

  • Package Free x Paid Using Webbuilder www.comcast.netwww.yahoo.comwww.freewebs.com


Little web history and search engines

Little Web History and Search Engines

  • Little Web History

  • 1971 – ARPANET 14 Unix Computers

  • 1989 - Tim Berners-Lee HTML CERN in Geneva, 160,000 Computers

  • 1995 - Microsoft's Internet Explorer, AOL, CompuServe, 6,642,000 Computers

  • 2000 - 93,047,785 Computers

  • 2006 – 394,991,609 Computers

  • Search Engines

  • Software that enables users to search the Internet using keywords

    • Your Web Site can be found by URL or by searching with Keyword

    • Search by your Web Site Title and HTML Meta Tags

    • Google, Yahoo, Altavista, Lycos, ...

    • Paid x Free Search Engine Registration


  • Planning your web site website planning is probably the most important part of building a website

    Planning Your Web SiteWebsite planning is probably the most important part of building a website

    • Without any planning it will take you longer to complete it

    • Why, Who, What - set goals, audience and start small

    • First create Web site with Paper and Pencil and draw a diagram

    • Choose Colors, Collect Images www.visibone.com/colorlab/

    • Your Logo or name of your website, domain name, or business name

    • Screen resolution 800x600 or 1024x768

    • Websites are never totally finished


    How to create web pages wysiwyg editors

    How to create Web pages – WYSIWYG Editors

    WYSIWYG (pronounced WIZ-zee-wig), an acronym for What You See Is What You Get, the term describes a user interface that allows the user to view something very similar to the end result while the document or image is being created.

    • Notepad Editor - HTML

    • Macromedia Dreamweaver

    • Microsoft FrontPage

    • NVUwww.nvu.com free


    Frontpage 2000 layout

    FrontPage 2000 Layout


    Screen layout cont

    Delete a Page

    Page Properties – General Tab

    Themes

    Color Scheme

    Navigation Bar

    Text

    Creating Links

    Graphics and Pictures

    Screen Layout - Cont.

    • Page view

    • Folders view

    • Reports view

    • Navigation view

    • Hyperlinks view

    • Tasks view

    • Save a Web

    • Add a Page


    Creating a web with web wizard

    Creating a Web with Web Wizard

    • Open FrontPage and Select File>>New>>Web from the Menu bar or select the down arrow next to the New button and select Web

    • Select the type of web to create...

    • Enter a location to save your web

    • After you are finished with web wizard you will see a number of folders and one file calledindex.htmordefault.htm, this will be your main web page that users will access to navigate the rest of your web

    • The folder_Privatewill house FrontPage specific files and you will not need to access this

    • The Imagesfolder contains your images/movies/sounds in your web


    Build your web site part 1

    Creating a Web from a template FrontPage has many pre-made templates to make it easy for the designer to create custom pages

    • Select File>>New>>Page and select a page template. Then click OK

    • Replace the place-holding text with your own and Save

    Themes

    Themes add color, images, and consistent format to all of your web pages in quick fashion

    • Open a web page and select Format>>Theme

    • Select to apply theme to all pages or only current page

    • Select the type of theme and select the check boxes next to any properties you would like to implement

    • If you wish to change colors, graphics, or text, press the appropriate buttons and click OK

    • To remove a theme, select Format>>Themefrom menu bar and select(No Theme)and clickOK


    Useful links

    Useful Links

    • FrontPage 2000 Basics Tutorials www.layoutgalaxy.com/frontpage2000/intro.php4www.actden.com/fp2000/java/toc.htm

    • Web Site Planning www.ebizwebpages.com/main/website_planning

    • Make your Web Site searchable tech.shu.edu/webdev/metatags/metamore.htmwww.submit-it.com/subopt.htm?tipq=5

    • Free Public Domain Pictures and Clipart What is public Domain: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Public_domainWebsites with free images: gimp-savvy.com/PHOTO-ARCHIVE/www.elated.com/imagekitspdphoto.org/

    • Free Web Site Templates www.freewebtemplates.com/www.elated.com/pagekits/


    End of 1st part

    End of 1st Part


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