"Never before have the limitations of time and space been so easily bridged, and with so much potential." (Robin Williams in the introduction to Home Sweet Home Page.) Robin is talking about the wonders of the World Wide Web, of course. Now Robin and her co-authors Dave Mark and John Tollett have created an innovative book/software package that offers readers everything they need to take advantage of the Web's potential for creative communication.Home Sweet Home Page and the Kitchen Sink provides all the tools readers need to get online, connect to the World Wide Web, and create their family or group web pages. This fun, clear, easy-to-use kit cuts through the intimidating jargon and provides them with the tools and the knowledge to get their web sites up and running quickly. The Home Sweet Home Page book takes a friendly, non-technical, visual approach to preparing and designing interactive web sites that will be a unique way to stay in touch with family and friends. The CD-ROM offers a variety of connection choices, including connection software for AOL, CompuServe, and AT web page graphics, such as rules, boxes, bullets, and backgrounds, readers can use to create their own web pages; and an extensive collection of clip art, including original fonts, icons, and most of the graphics used in the Home Sweet Home Page book that readers can use to jazz up their own home pages. The corresponding Home Sweet Home Page web site keeps the book current by posting up-to-date information about software, web sites, and more. The site offers tips, tricks, and step-by-step directions for using different kinds of web publishing software and provides links to sites where you can download software.
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