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The Knowledge, Skills, and Advice You Need to Build Effective Web Pages

Mastering HTML 4, Second Edition, is the perfect resource for Web developers and everyone else in need of complete, authoritative information on the latest version of HTML. Covering everything from basic tags to proprietary extensions and powerful scripting techniques, this book teaches you step by step how to build Web pages that look and behave the way you want. You'll also learn strategies for planning ...

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Overview

The Knowledge, Skills, and Advice You Need to Build Effective Web Pages

Mastering HTML 4, Second Edition, is the perfect resource for Web developers and everyone else in need of complete, authoritative information on the latest version of HTML. Covering everything from basic tags to proprietary extensions and powerful scripting techniques, this book teaches you step by step how to build Web pages that look and behave the way you want. You'll also learn strategies for planning and developing sites that attract visitors and meet their needs-the true measure of your success.

Become a Master:
* Create basic and impressive HTML documents
* Link documents to the Web
* Use Cascading Style Sheets for a consistent look
* Use forms to enable user interaction
* Add visual impact with images
* Add structure with tables
* Create frames for improved usability
* Add pizzazz to your site with JavaScript
* Use sound, animation, and video
* Build a functional, easy-to-navigate Web site

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780782125238
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 3/1/1999
  • Series: Mastering Series
  • Edition description: REV
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 896
  • Product dimensions: 7.50 (w) x 9.03 (h) x 2.33 (d)

Meet the Author

Deborah S. Ray and Eric J. Ray are owners of RayComm, Inc., a technical communications consulting firm that specializes in cutting-edge Internet and computing technologies. Together they have coauthored more than 10 computer books, including the first edition of Mastering HTML 4 from Sybex. They also write a syndicated computer column, which is available in newspapers across North America.
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Table of Contents

Introduction.

PART I: GETTING STARTED.

1. Getting Acquainted with HTML, Its Tools, and Its Resources.

2. Creating Your First HTML Document.

3. Linking Your Documents.

4. Using Style Sheets.

5. Publishing Your HTML Documents.

PART II: ADVANCING YOUR SKILLS.

6. Including Images.

7. Developing Tables.

8. Developing HTML Forms.

9. Creating Frames.

PART III: MOVING BEYOND PURE HTML.

10. Adding JavaScript.

11. Including Multimedia.

PART IV: DEVELOPING WEB SITES.

12. Understanding the HTML Document Life Cycle.

13. Implementing a Coherent Web Site.

14. Tips for Web Sites: Public, Personal, and Intranet.

MASTER'S REFERENCE.

Master's Reference Part 1: HTML Tags and Attributes.

Master's Reference Part 2: Cascading Style Sheets Reference.

Master's Reference Part 3: Scripting Reference.

Master's Reference Part 4: HTML Special Characters.

Master's Reference Part 5: HTML Color Codes.

Index.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 22, 2000

    Great Reference Book

    By far the best out there this book have become my bible of HTML simple to fallow and perfect for anyone wether it be starting out or experts

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