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Over 1,400 pages of information and solutions, this book is the most comprehensive guide to Web publishing on the market. Expert authors provide thorough coverage of advanced Web publishing technologies, including HTML, Java, CGI, VBScript, and JavaScript. This book is loaded with information on the following topics: - Hypertext Markup Language. - Web Page Design. - Style Sheets. - Dynamic HTML. - HTML Forms. - Advanced Layout with Tables and Frames. - Client Side Scripting (JavaScript, VBScript, Image maps, ...
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Overview

Over 1,400 pages of information and solutions, this book is the most comprehensive guide to Web publishing on the market. Expert authors provide thorough coverage of advanced Web publishing technologies, including HTML, Java, CGI, VBScript, and JavaScript. This book is loaded with information on the following topics: - Hypertext Markup Language. - Web Page Design. - Style Sheets. - Dynamic HTML. - HTML Forms. - Advanced Layout with Tables and Frames. - Client Side Scripting (JavaScript, VBScript, Image maps, etc). - Java 1.1. - ActiveX. - CGI Server Side Scripting. - Push Technologies (Castanet, CDF, and Netcaster).
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Provides an overview of most if not all major aspects of Web development and authoring technology, including java, javascript, HTML 4.0, ActiveX, and CGI. Chapters provide working examples and a good discussion of how each technology fits into the overall web development framework. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781575213637
  • Publisher: Sams
  • Publication date: 12/1/1997
  • Series: Unleashed Series
  • Edition description: REV
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 950
  • Product dimensions: 7.38 (w) x 9.07 (h) x 2.02 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction
1 A Melding of Technologies 3
2 Setting Up an Extensible Web Publishing Framework 25
3 The Function of HTML in Contemporary Web Publishing 37
4 Basic Structural Elements and Their Usage 43
5 Traditional Text and Formatting 57
6 Style Sheets: Formatting for the Future 85
7 Using Tables for Organization and Layout 113
8 Advanced Layout and Positioning with Style Sheets 141
9 Creating Forms with HTML 169
10 Frames and Framesets 191
11 Using Images with HTML 213
12 Merging Multimedia, Controls, and Plug-Ins with HTML 233
13 Scripting Basics 265
14 Client-Side Image Maps: A Quick Demonstration of Client-Side Scripting 281
15 Introducing JavaScript 301
16 Creating Simple JavaScripts 325
17 Using JavaScript for Forms 345
18 Using JavaScript with Style Sheets 375
19 Why Java? 401
20 The Java Language: A Crash Course 415
21 Introduction to Applet Programming 443
22 JavaBeans, JARs, and Safe Computing 467
23 Integrating Java and JavaScript 489
24 Putting Your Server to Work 505
25 Traditional CGI Programming 525
26 The Anatomy of a CGI Application 543
27 Server-Specific Technologies: Netscape ONE Versus Microsoft WindowsDNA 567
28 Serious Applications for Serious Web Publishing 597
29 Server-Independent Technologies - The Java Servlet API 619
30 Using the HTML Object Model and Creating Dynamic HTML Pages 639
31 Manipulating Objects and Responding to User Interaction 677
32 Saving User Preferences: Cookies and OPS 697
33 ActiveX Controls for the World Wide Web 721
34 XML 743
A HTML 4.0 Reference 769
B CSS Reference 799
Index 813
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