Microsoft Expression Web 2007: Level 1

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Description:
You want to make some information available on the Internet. To do this, you might want to design, build, and upload a website. The features and functions in Expression Web will enable you to create a website to suit your requirements.
Prerequisites:
Although experienced users will appreciate the extensive functions of Expression Web, no technical background is required to use the software. However, it may be helpful if a student has completed the following courseware: HTML 4.01: Web Authoring, Level 1 and Cascading Style Sheets, or has equivalent knowledge from another source.
Getting Started with Expression Web :
Overview of Website Development
Explore the Expression Web Interface
Customize the Expression Web Interface
Designing the Layout of a Website :
Define a Website
Design Layouts Using Layout Tables
Define Standard Layout Components
Create a Dynamic Web Template
Adding Content to a Website :
Create a Home Page
Add Text to a Web Page
Import Pages to a Website
Format Text
Work with Tables
Work with Images
Formatting a Website Using CSS :
Introduction to CSS
Create an External Style Sheet
Attach an External Style Sheet
Create an Internal Style Sheet
Modify an External Style Sheet
Working with Links :
Create Hyperlinks
Create Bookmark Links
Format Text Hyperlinks
Create a Hotspot
Adding Interactivity :
Add an Interactive Button
Open a Page in a New Browser Window
Create a Rollover
Add an Audio File
Finalizing a Website :
Check for Accessibility
Check for Compatibility
Generate CSS Reports
Check the Site Summary Report
Publish the Website