Mastering the Internet, XHTML, and Javascript / Edition 2

Mastering the Internet, XHTML, and Javascript / Edition 2

by Ibrahim Zeid
     
 

The second edition of this popular text has been redesigned to accommodate the new Internet concepts that are quickly developing. Mastering the Internet XHTML and JavaScript strikes a delicate balance between subject breadth and depth, and between generic and practical aspects of the Internet. Professionals can tap into the summary and 'Frequently

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The second edition of this popular text has been redesigned to accommodate the new Internet concepts that are quickly developing. Mastering the Internet XHTML and JavaScript strikes a delicate balance between subject breadth and depth, and between generic and practical aspects of the Internet. Professionals can tap into the summary and 'Frequently Asked Questions' sections for quick consultations. It integrates two essential topics of the Internet in one source, presenting the fundamentals of the Internet and its scripting tools (XHTML and JavaScript) to help users understand and effectively utilize the Internet's dynamic nature. The text presents general concepts that can be applied to a wide variety of software; its examples and exercises use the leading e-mail tools (Eudora, Hotmail, Outlook Express 6.0, Yahoo mail, Netscape 4.8 Messenger, Netscape 7.01 mailer, and Opera 7 M2); as well as the leading HTML editors (FrontPage 2002, Composer 7.01, and AceHTML 5.0). It effectively covers two leading servers: Apache server version 2.0.45, and Tomcat server version 4.1.24, both from the Apache group. For professionals needing a self-teaching book that provides them with quick answers to questions they may have during the development of Web sites and Web pages.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780131400863
Publisher:
Prentice Hall
Publication date:
02/20/2004
Edition description:
REV
Pages:
928
Product dimensions:
7.00(w) x 9.10(h) x 1.90(d)

Table of Contents

I. INTERNET LITERACY.

1. Overview of the Internet.

2. Web Browsers.

3. E-Mail Tools.

4. Instant Messaging.

5. Lists and Newsgroups.

6. Security and Privacy.

7. Searching the Internet.

8. FTP and Telnet.

II. XHTML.

9. XHTML Essentials.

10. Images and Maps.

11. Web Design.

12. Tables.

13. Layers.

14. Frames.

15. Forms.

16. Cascading Style Sheets.

17. HTML Editors.

18. Server-Side Scripting.

III. JAVASCRIPT.

19. JavaScript Syntax.

20. Functions and Arrays.

21. Handling Events.

22. Objects.

23. Windows and Frames.

24. Processing Form Input.

25. Temporal Control.

26. Cookies.

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