About the Author
Janine Warner is a bestselling author, journalist, and Internet consultant.
Since 1995, she’s written and coauthored more than a dozen books about the
Internet, including Creating Family Web Sites For Dummies and Teach Yourself
She’s also the host of a series of training videos on Web design for Total
Training, a pioneer in innovative video-based training. Her first video on
Dreamweaver has won two industry awards, and excerpts of her videos
are features at both Microsoft.com and Adobe.com.
An award-winning journalist, her articles and columns have appeared in a
variety of publications, including The Miami Herald, Shape Magazine, and the
Pulitzer Prize-winning Point Reyes Light newspaper. She also writes a regular
column about Dreamweaver for Layers Magazine.
Janine is a popular speaker at conferences and events throughout the
United States and abroad, and she’s taught online journalism courses at
the University of Southern California Annenberg School for Communication
and the University of Miami.
Warner is a special guest reporter for the consumer technology show Into
Tomorrow (a syndicated program that reaches more than one million weekly
listeners), and she has been a featured guest on television news and technology
programs on ABC, NBC, and TechTV.
Warner has extensive Internet experience working on large and small Web
sites. From 1994 to 1998, she ran Visiontec Communications, a Web design
business in Northern California, where she worked for a diverse group of
clients including Levi Strauss & Co., AirTouch International, Beth’s Desserts,
and many other small and medium-size businesses.
In 1998, she joined The Miami Herald as their Online Managing Editor. A year
later, she was promoted to Director of New Media and managed a team of
designers, programmers, journalists, and sales staff. She left that position
to serve as Director of Latin American Operations for CNET Networks, an
international technology media company.
Warner earned a degree in journalism and Spanish from the University of
Massachusetts, Amherst, and spent the first several years of her career in
Northern California as a reporter and editor.
To learn more, visit www.JCWarner.com.