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  • HTML Publishing on the Internet, Second Edition features critical updates and technologies not available when its best-selling predecessor was published last year. These updates include frames, animated GIFs, style sheets, streaming audio, and VRML, which combine to create powerful, compelling Web pages.

    In a presentation highlighted by numerous examples and templates, the author takes users step-by-step through creating a home page, with ...
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Overview

  • HTML Publishing on the Internet, Second Edition features critical updates and technologies not available when its best-selling predecessor was published last year. These updates include frames, animated GIFs, style sheets, streaming audio, and VRML, which combine to create powerful, compelling Web pages.

    In a presentation highlighted by numerous examples and templates, the author takes users step-by-step through creating a home page, with tips on layout and nonlinear organization. Readers will learn how to create hyperlinks and how to build graphics, video, and sound into their documents. New sections feature complete instructions for using Microsoft's newest tools, including ActiveX components, VBScript, scrolling marquees, and table and frame extensions. Plus, users save time and money by downloading components of the new technologies from the Web or from the companion CD-ROM rather than trying to learn every aspect of the technologies.
  • Successor to the international bestseller HTML Programming on the Internet, which sold more than 15,000 copies.
  • Covers all new HTML features and updates to Web technologies.
  • Addresses issues relevant to Internet Explorer 3.0 and Netscape Navigator.
  • HTML authoring tools, graphics, multimedia utilities, textures, templates, and demos

Successor to the international bestseller, HTML Programming on the Internet, this book covers all the new HTML features and updates to Web technologies. Free, downloadable software tools are available on CD and Ventana Online.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781566046251
  • Publisher: Ventana Communications Group, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 2/28/1998
  • Edition description: 2ND BK&DK
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 700
  • Product dimensions: 7.46 (w) x 9.38 (h) x 2.18 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction
Ch. 1 The World Wide Web & Hypermedia Publishing 1
Ch. 2 Designing & Structuring Your Web Site 31
Ch. 3 Creating & Editing HTML Documents 55
Ch. 4 The Art of Linking 97
Ch. 5 Tables, Columns & Frames 119
Ch. 6 Getting Graphic with Images 183
Ch. 7 Editing & Optimizing Images 221
Ch. 8 Style Sheets 273
Ch. 9 Getting Interactive With Forms, CGI & Perl 321
Ch. 10 Adding Scintillating Sound & Vivid Video 387
Ch. 11 Interactive Pages & Scripting 435
Ch. 12 Dynamic HTML 469
Ch. 13 Web Servers at Your Service 525
Ch. 14 XML & Metadata: The Future of Web Publishing 557
App. A: About the Companion CD-ROM 575
App. B An HTML & Style Sheet Reference 589
App. C: Resources 667
App. D Sample Scripts That Store Form Input Into a Log File 695
Index 699
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