Have you been using FrontPage as your web editor? Have you recently made the move to the more standards compliant Expression Web? Maybe you have only thought about making the move.
Start to Web will be offering two classes on Expression Web for the April 5th session.
Migrating from FrontPage to Expression Web will give you the tools you need and teach you how to use them for cleaning up the code created by FrontPage so that it is standards compliant and you can move to using Expression Web. The EBook is included in the cost of the class so it is not necessary to purchase it separately. You will have two Microsoft MVP’s to hold your hand as you go through the process. Free templates are also included as part of the class. You can read more about the class and EBook at Migrating from FrontPage to Expression Web and register for the class.
Introduction to Expression Web will not make you an expert on Expression Web or a professional web designer BUT you will be able to create and manage small websites and with practice be able to expand on the skills you learn to create more complex websites using Expression Web. This book, Foundations of Expression Web: The Basics and Beyond is required for this class and is available at Amazon or a bookseller near you.
Classes will begin on April 5, 2009 and will last four weeks.
Readers of this blog may obtain a 10% discount on the cost of either class by using the code PGfriends when you register. REGISTER NOW so you can start at the beginning.