If you’re interested in creating a Web site, chances are that you’ve at least
Maybe your friends talk about their WordPress blogs or Facebook pages
and you don’t know whether you should do the same or dive into using a
more powerful tool, like Adobe Dreamweaver or Microsoft Expression Web.
However, unless you’re a professional Web designer, you might be a bit
unsure of — and maybe even a little intimidated by figuring out — where to
start. You have to know which of these technologies is important to know
and which ones can be left to the techie-geek crowd. What’s more, you need
to know the least amount of information you need to have to create a decent
Along the way, you will need to dig into the code of your Web page and at
least make sense of what’s going on behind the scenes. However, when possible,
you may want to use Dreamweaver or Expression Web to handle most
of that lower-level coding for you.
If these sorts of issues ring true for you, you have the right book in hand.