Books about Making Web Sites

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:

1total garbage6above average
2really, really, bad7good
3real bad8real good
4bad9really really good
5below average10a 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.

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