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This course is intended for students who want to create web pages and websites in a graphical application. The second level is designed for students with fundamental competency in using Expression Web for designing web pages and adding content and simple functionalities into them, and who need the skills to use Expression Web to design a website with enhanced functionality and usability.
The Microsoft Expression Web course is the 2007 equivalent to Microsoft FrontPage.
It boasts all the tools you'd expect from a web designing tool, boasting more
powerful design tools
The proliferation of rich interactive web applications across the cloud and mobile devices continues to create new opportunities for creative design and development. As these technologies evolve, Microsoft is committed to providing best-in-class tools for building modern applications. In support of these industry trends Microsoft is consolidating our lead design and development offerings — Expression and Visual Studio — to offer all of our customers a unified solution that brings together the best of Web and modern development patterns.
During the early 1990’s, after the introduction of the World Wide Web, there were literally just a handful of websites online. The number of websites grew at an exponential rate during the end of the 20th century, and today there are hundreds of millions of websites. Millions of new websites are added each month, and the majority of these websites are created by website designers.
Lesson 1: Getting Started with Expression Web
Lesson 2: Designing the Layout of a Website
Lesson 3: Adding Content to a Website
Lesson 4: Formatting a Website Using CSS
Lesson 6: Adding Interactivity
Lesson 7: Finalizing a Website
Lesson 1: Creating the Layout of a Website
Lesson 2: Working with Layers
Lesson 3: Working with Forms
Lesson 4: Designing Web Pages Using Frames
Lesson 5: Working with XML
Lesson 6: Managing Workgroup Development