Microsoft Expression Web 4 In Depth

Microsoft Expression Web 4 In Depth

by Jim Cheshire

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Overview

The ultimate guide to creating and managing websites using Microsoft Expression Web 4.

 

  • "In the trenches" guidance, big-picture insights, and exclusive troubleshooting help for building standards-compliant, cross-browser web sites
  • Case studies draw on the author's extensive experience building Web solutions with Microsoft technologies
  • Leverage ASP.NET's power without writing code - and use the free Visual Web Developer Express Edition to develop robust ASP.NET apps
  • Four bonus chapters located online! Download Part 7: Creating Add-ins Using JavaScript and HTML including:

    • 36.Expression Web 4 Add-in Basics

    • 37.Creating a Basic Add-in

    • 38.Packaging, Testing, and Debugging Add-ins

    • 39.Expression Web 4 JavaScript API Reference

    Product Details

    ISBN-13: 9780132681773
    Publisher: Pearson Education
    Publication date: 12/23/2010
    Series: In Depth
    Sold by: Barnes & Noble
    Format: NOOK Book
    Pages: 648
    Sales rank: 1,086,717
    File size: 45 MB
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    About the Author

    Jim Cheshire is an expert on Expression Web and ASP.NET and is the owner of Jimco Software and Books. Jim has been employed by Microsoft for over 10 years and is currently a senior escalation engineer on the ASP.NET and IIS teams. You can reach Jim at one of his websites, www.jimcosoftware.com or www.jimcobooks.com.

    Table of Contents

    An Overview

    1.     An Overview of Expression Web 4

     

    Creating Content in Expression Web 4

    2.     Creating, Opening, and Importing Sites

    3.     Creating Pages and Basic Page Editing

    4.     Using Page Views

    5.     Using Tables

    6.     Using Frames

    7.     Editing Tag Properties

    8.     Using the Quick Tag Tools

    9.     Using Graphics and Multimedia

    10.   Using Find and Replace

    11.   Configuring Page Editor Options

    12.   Maintaining Compatibility and Accessibility

    13.   Using SuperPreview

     

    Publishing and Managing Websites

    14.   Publishing a Site

    15.   Site Management and Reporting

    16.   Using Personal Web Packages

     

    Using CSS in Expression Web 4

    17.   Creating Style Sheets

    18.   Managing CSS Styles

     

    Scripting, DHTML, and Other Dynamic Content

    19.   Using Dynamic Web Templates

    20.   Using Interactive Buttons

    21.   Using Behaviors

    22.   Client Scripting

    23.   Using Layers

    24.   Using Form Controls

     

    ASP.NET and PHP Development

    25.   Using Standard ASP.NET Controls

    26.   Using ASP.NET Navigation Controls

    27.   Using ASP.NET Master Pages and User Controls

    28.   Developing a Login System Using ASP.NET

    29.   Form Validation Using ASP.NET

    30.   Using ASP.NET Web Parts

    31.   Using ASP.NET AJAX

    32.   Using PHP

    33.   Using the Microsoft Expression Development Server

     

    Managing Data with ASP.NET

    34.   Displaying and Editing Database Data with ASP.NET

    35.   Creating an ASP.NET Email Contact Form

     

    (BONUS DOWNLOAD CHAPTERS) 

    Creating Add-ins Using JavaScript and HTML

    36.Expression Web 4 Add-in Basics (bonus download chapter)

    37.Creating a Basic Add-in (bonus download chapter)

    38.Packaging, Testing, and Debugging Add-ins (bonus download chapter)

    39.Expression Web 4 JavaScript API Reference (bonus download chapter)

     

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    Microsoft Expression Web 4 in Depth 1.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
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    hates_sunlight More than 1 year ago
    I was expecting an "in depth" book. Nope. It's just another beginner's book. I was hoping for something that could explain about every control available in Expression Web. Nope. How about event handling? Nope. It's a waste of money.
    topocat1969 More than 1 year ago
    HOW did all the ratings get here without any reviews? Where are the editorial reviews for books? I bought Nook Color for the limited pad, but Amazon has a a much better website, by head, shoulders, and knees! Get after it, B&N.