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HTML, XHTML, and CSS Bible / Edition 4
     

HTML, XHTML, and CSS Bible / Edition 4

by Steven M. Schafer
 

ISBN-10: 0470128615

ISBN-13: 9780470128619

Pub. Date: 03/04/2008

Publisher: Wiley

Whether hand-coded or created by a visual editor, static or dynamic, most Web pages rely on HTML. The more you know about this language and its companion technologies, XHTML and CSS, the more flexible, creative, and effective your Web site will be. This all-new reference covers the latest updates and dramatic improvements in all three. You'll learn which tools help

Overview

Whether hand-coded or created by a visual editor, static or dynamic, most Web pages rely on HTML. The more you know about this language and its companion technologies, XHTML and CSS, the more flexible, creative, and effective your Web site will be. This all-new reference covers the latest updates and dramatic improvements in all three. You'll learn which tools help you achieve specific results, how CSS enables consistent formatting, the most efficient way to code and use HTML, and so much more.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780470128619
Publisher:
Wiley
Publication date:
03/04/2008
Series:
Bible Series , #423
Edition description:
Older Edition
Pages:
720
Product dimensions:
7.40(w) x 9.22(h) x 1.45(d)

Table of Contents

Introduction.

Part I Creating Content with HTML.

Chapter 1: What Is Markup Language and Why do I Care?

Chapter 2: HTML Values and Units.

Chapter 3: What Goes into a Web Document?

Chapter 4: The HEAD Elements.

Chapter 5: Text Structuring Essentials.

Chapter 6: Character Formatting Essentials.

Chapter 7: Lists.

Chapter 8: Links.

Chapter 9: Tables.

Chapter 10: Frames.

Chapter 11: Forms.

Chapter 12: Colors and Images.

Chapter 13: Multimedia.

Chapter 14: Special Characters.

Chapter 15: Internationalization and Localization.

Chapter 16: Scripts.

Chapter 17: Dynamic HTML.

Part II HTML Tools and Variants.

Chapter 18: Web Development Software.

Chapter 19: Publishing Your Site.

Chapter 20: Data Connectivity with Microformats.

Chapter 21: An Introduction To XML.

Chapter 22: Creating Mobile Web Pages.

Chapter 23: Tidying and Validating your Documents.

Chapter 24: HTML Tips and Tricks.

Part III Controlling Presentation with CSS.

Chapter 25: CSS Basics.

Chapter 26: Style Definitions.

Chapter 27: CSS Values and Units.

Chapter 28: CSS Inheritance and Cascade.

Chapter 29: Font Properties.

Chapter 30: Text Formatting.

Chapter 31: CSS Lists.

Chapter 32: Padding, Margins, and Borders.

Chapter 33: Colors and Backgrounds.

Chapter 34: CSS Layouts with Floating and Positioning.

Chapter 35: Pseudo-Elements and Generated Content.

Chapter 36: Dynamic HTML with CSS.

Chapter 37: Media Styles and Defining Documents for Printing.

Part IV Additional CSS Tools.

Chapter 38: Formatting with HTML Tables.

Chapter 39: User Interface Styles.

Chapter 40: Testing and Validating CSS.

Chapter 41: CSS Tips and Tricks.

Appendix A: HTML Element Quick Reference.

Appendix B: HTML Special Characters Quick Reference.

Appendix C: CSS Properties Quick Reference.

Appendix D: CSS Selectors Quick Reference.

Appendix E: Pseudo-Elements and Pseudo-Classes Quick Reference.

Index.

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