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Expression Web Learning Tutorial_e-cessories

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Phillips, Patricia
 

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"Expression Web Learning Tutorial_e-cessories" provides a convenient method to learn valuable Web design skills using Microsoft® Expression® Web. In this self-paced, 60-page tutorial, you will learn the basics of using Microsoft Expression Web and build a creative, dynamic ASPX Web site from scratch with the design tools that professionals use.

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Resource ID: 7357
Publication Date: 06/17/2008
Language: English

Download Size and Type: 3.00 MB Zip file
Estimated Download Time:
7 mins

Overview

"Expression Web Learning Tutorial_e-cessories" provides a convenient method to learn valuable Web design skills using Microsoft® Expression® Web. In this self-paced, 60-page tutorial, you will learn the basics of using Microsoft Expression Web and build a creative, dynamic ASPX Web site from scratch with the design tools that professionals use.

While creating a Web site about laptop computers using Expression Web, you will: 

  • Learn about ASP.NET
  • Create page layouts with layers
  • Incorporate images
  • Format text with Style Sheets
  • Use CSS with other elements
  • Design and use Master Pages
  • Create links
  • Include an interactive calendar and buttons

This tutorial can be used as a stand-alone resource or to accompany the “Expression Web Learning Guide Curriculum Unit_e-cessories” (listed below as a Related Resource).

Note: ASPX pages require a server with IIS if the site is to be posted on the Internet. Projects will render correctly on classroom computers within the Expression Web development environment with the built-in development server.

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Technologies

  • Internet Information Services
  • .NET Framework
  • ASP.NET
  • Expression
  • HTML

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Computer Science Areas

  • Net-Centric Computing > Building Web Applications
  • Net-Centric Computing > The Web as an Example of Client Server Computing

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