Unit A - Expression Web 3 Expression Unit A: Getting...

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Expression Web 3 Expression Web 3 Unit A: Getting Started with Microsoft Expression Web 3.0
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Objectives Objectives Understand Web design software Start Microsoft Expression Web Explore the Expression Web workspace Open a Web page and preview it in a browser Work with views and panels Expression Web 3 - Illustrated 2
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Objectives (continued) Objectives (continued) View Web page elements and visual aids Get help Print and close a page and exit Expression Web Expression Web 3 - Illustrated 3
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Understanding Web Design Understanding Web Design Software Software HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) – universal language for Web pages. Web page – a text file written in HTML. Web site – a collection of related Web pages linked together. Web browser – software that interprets HTML code and displays it as text and images. Expression Web 3 - Illustrated 4
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Understanding Web Design Understanding Web Design Software (continued) Software (continued) WYSIWYG (pronounce wiz-ee-wig) – what you see is what you get. Web design program that shows you what your Web page will look like in a Web browser. No knowledge of HTML is necessary when using a WYSIWYG program. Web standards – recommendations for creating Web pages. Expression Web 3 - Illustrated 5
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Understanding Web Design Understanding Web Design Software (continued) Software (continued) CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) – or stylesheets, rules that describe the presentation and visual design of a page. Stylesheets can define fonts, colors, layouts, and positioning of elements on page. Web server
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Unit A - Expression Web 3 Expression Unit A: Getting...

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