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The World-Wide Web is growing at an ever increasing rate. To make your mark, your Web page must stand out from the crowd. This book will help you find the extra edge required, combining the powerful new Web capabilities offered by Visual Basic 7 with stunning graphics techniques. Starting from only a simple familiarity with Visual Basic, you will be introduced in detail to the principles of effective Web page design, 2D as well as 3D computer graphics techniques, DHTML, Web Classes, Web Services for Visual Basic, Active Server Pages+ and Web forms. Step-by-step instructions, code listings and screenshots are provided, helping the reader to succeed. The book culminates in a chapter explaining how to simulate a video camera flying around 3D scenes. If you are looking for a way of spicing up your Web pages, then this book is for you.
Table of Contents
|2. Visual Basic programming environment|
|3. Visual Basic Internet features|
|4. Principles of web page design|
|5. Creating pages for DHTML applications|
|6. Web page special effects|
|7. Using existing web pages|
|8. Communicating with surfers|
|9. Site design|
|10. 3D transformations|
|11. Web Classes designer|
|12. Flying round the data space.|