The Bookworm found the books below to be the most helpful in creating the Human Cloning Foundation’s Web site.
The Bookworm’s rating system
The Bookworm rates books from 1 to 10 as in the table below:
|1||total garbage||6||above average|
|2||really, really, bad||7||good|
|3||real bad||8||real good|
|4||bad||9||really really good|
|5||below average||10||a masterpiece!|
9 Poor Richard’s Web Site: Geek-Free, Commonsense Advice on Building a Low-Cost Web Site by Peter Kent
This is a good book although it has a bias towards using Microsoft Frontpage to make Web sites–and Frontpage may deserve the repetitive plugs it receives by the author. This is a great book for the person just starting out, making their first Web site. It helps a lot in deciding how to pick a Web site host. It does at times get too technical for the beginner, especially for a short period in the middle of the book, but overall this book is hard to beat for the person wanting to learn how to make a Web site.