Welcome to the home page for Create Your First Mac Web Page In a Weekend, published by Prima Tech. This page is still under construction, so I hope you don't mind all of the sawdust!
Can't get the style sheet examples to work in Appendix C, "Creating Tables"? See the FAQ for the fix.
Can't find out how to download the tryout versions of PageMill or AppleWorks? See the FAQ for the latest info.
(UK readers) Can't find where the # key is? See the FAQ for the workaround.
Can't get the "loop-back link" example to work on page 272? See the FAQ for the fix.
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With the Internet and the Web growing by leaps and bounds, it is easy for your page or site to get lost in the shuffle. Learning how to promote your site and make others aware of your efforts is increasingly key to success on the Web. I've assembled some useful web site promotion methods, information, and resources -- just click the link to find out more:
Web Site Promotion Tips & Tricks
This part of my site is dedicated to helping readers of my web publishing books get some notice for their web pages. If you have read my book and created a web page that you would like to have listed here, just e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org. To check out my readers' pages, go to:
The following files are in .SIT format. To uncompress them you'll need a file compression utility. If you need one, you can download Stuffit Expander.
PageMill & AppleWorks Tryout Versions No Longer Available
The tryout version Adobe PageMill 3.0 is no longer available from Adobe's site. PageMill has been superceded by LiveMotion.
The tryout version of AppleWorks 5 from Apple's site is also no longer available. The ClarisWorks 5 bundle that was previously available through the AppleWorks Users Group has been sold out.
For info on how to find copies of PageMill 3.0 or ClarisWorks 5 (same program as AppleWorks 5) that are up for bid at eBay, see my FAQ.
|HTML Tutorials folder: This includes all of the example files and graphics used in the HTML tutorials (Basic HTML, Intermediate HTML, and Tables).|
|Example Web Pages folder: This includes all of the example Web pages and example graphics used in the Sunday planning and creating work sessions.|
|HTML Templates folder: This includes all of the HTML templates that are included on the CD-ROM.|
The following files are in .ZIP format. To uncompress them you'll need a ZIP utility. If you need one, you can download MacZip.
|Backgrounds. A selection of background images you can use to enhance your web pages.|
|Icons. A selection of bullets, buttons, and other icons you can use to enhance your web pages.|
|Graphic Rules. A selection of graphic rules you can use to enhance your web pages.|
|Decorative Alphabets. Three decorative alphabets you can use for creating drop caps.|
Need to know more?
This web page is actually one head of a four-headed monster. Here are the other heads:
Web Publishing Tools: These are updated links to web publishing programs and utilities.
Web Publishing Links: These are updated links to web publishing resource materials, including tutorials, guides, quick references, and much more.
Web Host Links: Need a server to host your web page? Don't want to spend a bundle? Find links here to lists of free, low-cost, and other web hosting companies.
Frequently Asked Questions: Follow this link to find a list of frequently asked questions (and answers).
Last Modified: February 19, 2001