Creating Web Graphics for Dummies
* Written for beginning Web page designers who don't have a graphic design background
* Features step-by-step instruction to help first-time designers learn the tricks to making Web graphics come out perfectly
* Includes instructions on creating and placing animated GIFs, digital photos, Flash animations, and digital video on a Web page
* Coauthor Bud Smith is the bestselling author of Creating Web Pages For Dummies, Sixth Edition (0-7645-1643-4), which has sold more than 500,000 copies in all editions
* CD-ROM contains trial versions of popular graphics software: Adobe's Photoshop Elements and Illustrator, Macromedia Flash, and JASC's Paintshop Pro, plus sample clip art and examples from the book
Peter Frazier is a graphic designer and consultant for Zanzara Design and Research.
Table of Contents
Part I: Getting Going with Web Graphics.
Chapter 1: Handling Web Graphics Tasks.
Chapter 2: Creating a Graphical Web Page.
Chapter 3: Creating Great Web Graphics.
Part II: Discovering and Using Cool Graphics Tools.
Chapter 4: Cool Tools for Web Graphics.
Chapter 5: Compressing Photos with JPEG.
Chapter 6: Creating GIF Images.
Part III: Getting Photos in Your Web Site.
Chapter 7: Preparing Photos for Your Web Site.
Chapter 8: Getting Photos for Your Web Site.
Chapter 9: Processing Photos for the Web.
Chapter 10: Resizing and Fixing Photos.
Chapter 11: Compressing and Post-Producing Photos.
Part IV: Using GIF in Your Web Site.
Chapter 12: Using GIF Images in Your Web Site.
Chapter 13: Using GIF Animation.
Chapter 14: Creating and Obtaining Images.
Chapter 15: Laying Out Web Pages with Images.
Part V: The Part of Tens.
Chapter 16: Ten Cool Online Resources.
Chapter 17: Ten Graphics Tips for Business Web Sites.
Appendix A: About the CD.
Appendix B: Glossary.
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