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Professional web design : techniques and templates / Clint Eccher.

By: Eccher, Clint.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Boston, Massachusetts : Cengage Learning PTR, c.2015Edition: 5th ed.Description: xv, 670 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 1305257529.Subject(s): Web sites -- Design | Web site development | Cascading style sheets | XHTML (Document markup language) | | Informatics and Computer Science August 2016 DDC classification: 006.74 Online resources: Full text available on campus | Full text available off campus
Contents:
1. Overview of Web Development Today -- 2. Designing for the Past, Present, and Future -- 3. Things to Consider Before Beginning -- 4. Enhancing Usability -- 5. Gathering Requirements and Creating a Comp -- 6. What Is Needed to Build Mortised Sites -- 7. Understanding Graphics -- 8. Creating CSS Designs -- 9. Case Study: Low-Content CSS Design -- 10. Case Study: Medium-Content CSS Design -- 11. Case Study: High-Content CSS Design -- 12. Case Study: Full-Height Three-Column Layout -- 13. Case Study: Background-Based Design -- 14. Case Study: A CSS Form -- 15. Tips and Techniques. 16. Customizing the Designs Included in This Book -- 17. Templates Included Online.
Summary: Learning CSS technology and continually improving your design and developer skills are essential elements of your success. This title teaches beginning to intermediate web designers, through case studies and helpful tips and techniques, how to create attractive, fast, and efficient websites.
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Index : p. 659-670.

1. Overview of Web Development Today -- 2. Designing for the Past, Present, and Future -- 3. Things to Consider Before Beginning -- 4. Enhancing Usability -- 5. Gathering Requirements and Creating a Comp -- 6. What Is Needed to Build Mortised Sites -- 7. Understanding Graphics -- 8. Creating CSS Designs -- 9. Case Study: Low-Content CSS Design -- 10. Case Study: Medium-Content CSS Design -- 11. Case Study: High-Content CSS Design -- 12. Case Study: Full-Height Three-Column Layout -- 13. Case Study: Background-Based Design -- 14. Case Study: A CSS Form -- 15. Tips and Techniques. 16. Customizing the Designs Included in This Book -- 17. Templates Included Online.

Learning CSS technology and continually improving your design and developer skills are essential elements of your success. This title teaches beginning to intermediate web designers, through case studies and helpful tips and techniques, how to create attractive, fast, and efficient websites.

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