|Learn how to build FrontPage Web Sites from the
ground up. This course will teach you everything from the basics of Web
page creation all the way up to the more advanced features. The course consists of
FOUR (4), one-hour sessions. Registration for all four classes is only
Why Microsoft FrontPage? There are a growing number of companies and professionals who are finding out that it is more cost effective to develop
and maintain their Web Site in-house than it is to have an outside firm do so.
Not only can they keep their costs lower, but they maintain complete control
over their site, and can make changes and modifications as needed. FrontPage is
a very powerful tool, yet is easy to learn. If you can write a letter in Word,
you can build a Web site in FrontPage.
Who should attend?
Anyone who is looking to learn how to organize, develop, and maintain a custom
web site for their organization, or anyone who is interested in developing web
sites as a profession. This course is designed for the non-computer professional
who has a firm working knowledge of computers, is familiar with the World Wide
Web, and is proficient with word processing (such as with Microsoft Word). No
prior web development experience is necessary.
What will be covered?
We will develop an entire web site for a fictional company. We will show you the
basics of how to edit a web page with FrontPage, how to include advanced
FrontPage components such as hit counters, reply forms, and discussion forums.
We will teach you how to edit your web pages using HTML. We will also teach you
how to market and promote your web site to increase your traffic. For more
information on what is covered, see below for the complete course outline.
Where will the course be held?
Wherever you are! That's the best thing about online courses - you can learn from
the comfort of your home or office. All you need is a Web browser and Windows
Media Player, which is a free download from Microsoft if it's not already
installed on your computer (and it probably is).
When is the course
held? This is an Open Enrollment course, which means you
can sign on to our Web site any time you want to watch the course videos
when it's convenient for you. This is perfect for the busy executive,
employees who want to take class after work hours, or the student on the go. You
can also download the course, or have it mailed to you on CD-ROM.
How much is registration,
and what do I get? The cost is only
$34 per student (quantity discounts
available, please call). Registration includes enrollment for the
six-session course and a downloadable, 150+ page workbook outlining everything taught in
Why should you trust Amicron for your online training? We have been providing
classroom-based training since 1994. We don't just cover the material in some
off-the-shelf textbook. We have written all of our own course materials
and we know what you need to learn from practical experience. Every computer
training company will say this, but we really mean it: our instructors are true
experts. We're not just teachers who know computers. We're computer programmers,
database developers, and technicians who teach.
Who is the instructor? Richard
Rost is the instructor for this course. He is a self-taught computer programmer,
database developer, and web designer by trade. Richard started his career in
computer training working in the technical support industry. He was in charge of
training computer technicians to help customers solve their problems over the
phone. From there, Richard founded Amicron Technology Services in 1994. When
he's not teaching, he's building Access database solutions for clients
nationwide. He also builds web sites and online databases.
Where do I sign up?
You can enroll for the class by clicking on the link below. We accept all major
credit cards. You can also pay by check or money order. Yes, we will
accept original, signed and dated purchase orders from accredited colleges and
universities, and Fortune 1000 corporations.
PreRequisite: Windows Basics, Word Basics, and Internet Basics. Students should have a good understanding of how to use Windows, and a computer in general. Students should also have some experience online with the Internet and the World Wide Web, although no previous Web design experience is necessary. Students should also how to use a word processor, like Microsoft Word, to create basic documents.
Topics Covered: Introduction to Web development, origins of the
Web, basic definitions and acronyms, getting connected, steps for
designing your Web, design considerations, building a FrontPage Web,
the FrontPage interface, constructing your Home Page, character
formatting, horizontal lines, bulleted lists, colors, saving your
work, understanding Hyperlinks, linking pages together, linking to
other Web sites, creating Mail links, comments, previewing your site
in your Web browser, adding graphics to your pages, adding clipart,
understanding graphics formats such as GIF and JPG, moving graphics
objects around, capturing images from other web sites, creating your
own graphics with Microsoft Paint. In this course, we will be building
a complete web site for a fictional company: Pete's Pizza. At the end
of this class, you will have a simple, 5-page web designed with some
links between the pages, graphics, and other basic web features.
FrontPage Server Extensions, FrontPage components, hit counters, hover
buttons, include page components, absolute v. relative hyperlink
references, creating a navigation bar for your entire web site without
using FrontPage's built-in navigation feature (which we don't like),
scrolling marquees, search page, understanding tables, laying out your
pages using tables for maximum control of positioning, resizing table
rows and columns, borders, cell properties, table properties,
inserting rows and columns, page templates, building a customer
feedback form, creating a guest book, publishing your web to a web
server, understanding frames, understanding themes, navigation bars
and buttons, page properties, background colors, page titles. At the
end of this class, we've really enhanced our web site. We've given it
a sharper look and feel. We've adding a navigation bar so that
changing hyperlinks for all of the pages in our web only has to be
done once. We've added customer feedback forms and guest books forms.
We've learned how to lay out our pages using tables.
Custom forms, creating a customer order form for our
pizza place, creating a forms folder, adding text boxes, text box
properties, using tables for form layout, drop down menus, drop down
menu properties, check boxes, radio buttons, scrolling text boxes,
form properties, saving the form data on the web server, sending the
form data via email, confirmation page, page background graphics,
watermarking graphics, using the same background across your entire
web site, graphics hotspots, image maps, DHTML effects. In this class,
we learn how to construct our own custom forms to gather information
from our web site visitors, and to send that information back to us
using Email, or saving the data to a file on our web server for use in
Useful Web Wizards, the corporate presence web, the discussion web
wizard, the import web wizard, HTML basics, HTML tags, understanding
HTML, understanding META tags, description, keywords, refresh,
publishing on the web.
So if you're serious about learning how to build web sites with
this seminar is for you. This is the complete video recorded from
one of our previous seminars. It covers all four hours of the
Please note: this seminar was recorded from a
LIVE webcast event. The quality of the video is not up
to the high standards of our normal 599CD courses. There are a couple of
skips and short blackouts during this video, but it is still very