Web Design for Libraries (Paperback)

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Web Design for Libraries (Paperback)


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Having a clear, attractive, and easy-to-navigate website that allows users to quickly find what they want is essential for any organization--including a library. This workbook makes website creation easy--no HTML required.

This book teaches all of the essentials for designing and creating a simple, professional-looking website for any library. By using cut-and-paste templates from familiar software programs, readers can create complex websites in short order--without learning confusing HTML coding. Three final chapters cover using style sheets, address the potential benefits of HTML5, and overview content management system based websites. By using this guidebook as a reference, even those without previous knowledge about web design will possess enough basic information to create a great web page--and, with a little practice, prepare a full library website.
Charles P. Rubenstein, MLS, PhD, is professor of information science and engineering at the graduate School of Information and Library Science at Pratt Institute and visiting professor of engineering at the Institute for Research and Technology Transfer, Farmingdale State College (SUNY).
Product Details ISBN: 9781610693431
ISBN-10: 1610693434
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Publication Date: August 30th, 2014
Pages: 352
Language: English