For Immediate Release:
January 9, 1996


Reading, MA - Three expert Webmasters show readers how to build robust, yet easily navigated Web sites in Web Weaving: Designing and Managing an Effective Web Site, a new book just released from Addison-Wesley. Covering the three major platforms for Web services - UNIX© , the Macintosh© and Windows© (NT and 95) - this book shares the tools and techniques to build complex Web sites from the ground up.

Web Weaving shows how best to organize and present information, cater to user's needs, build in maintenance schemes, plan for growth, and implement security measures in their sites. A variety of software for creating and administering Web sites for all three platforms is examined, including HTTP servers, HTML editors, reporting and maintenance tools, and more.

Readers will learn how to compose well-styled Web pages in HTML 3.0 that includes sound, graphics, and video. Cutting edge technologies, such as Java®, VRML, the Netscape extensions, and CGI scripts, are covered in the book.

Eric Tilton is the author of the widely-used online style guide Composing Good HTML. Carl Steadman is co-producer of Suck, an irreverent and popular Web site. Tyler Jones has three Web sites, the Chess Server, the Human Languages Pages, and the Web Spanish Lesson, that have received international recognition.

Addison-Wesley is a worldwide publishing company based in Reading, Massachusetts. Addison-Wesley Developers Press publishes high-quality books for developers, programmers, and system administrators.

Web Weaving: Designing and Managing an Effective Web Site is available from your local bookstore at a suggested retail price of $24.95. ISBN 0-201-48959-7, paperback book, 545 pages.