Web Design for Libraries
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.
- Offers a basic textbook for short courses or workshops, or a segment of a longer course that would cover advanced tools to create websites
- Supplies a useful resource for readers with little or no programming background as well as for librarians who need to refresh or update their existing knowledge about web design
- Clarifies the benefits and limitations of using commercially available software tools for web design
- Utilizes a fictitious library as an instruction example that underscores key points for readers
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