Raggett on Html 4

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What are you looking for in an HTML book? The inside story on HTML 4 and how it interfaces with JavaScript and ActiveX? A guide to composing your own HTML documents? An intelligent introduction to the technical terms and concepts needed to understand the true scope of HTML 4's potential? Complete coverage of the newest features supported by HTML 4? Raggett on HTML 4, second edition provides all this and more.

HTML lead architect, Dave Raggett teaches readers how to master the ...

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Overview

What are you looking for in an HTML book? The inside story on HTML 4 and how it interfaces with JavaScript and ActiveX? A guide to composing your own HTML documents? An intelligent introduction to the technical terms and concepts needed to understand the true scope of HTML 4's potential? Complete coverage of the newest features supported by HTML 4? Raggett on HTML 4, second edition provides all this and more.

HTML lead architect, Dave Raggett teaches readers how to master the secrets of HTML. The latest version of HTML has been announced by the World Wide Web Consortium HTML working group as HTML 4 and this book will include definitive information on the latest release and its newest features. No other book will give readers the lowdown on the new features of the language from the architect who created them.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780201178050
  • Publisher: Pearson Education
  • Publication date: 12/5/1997
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 437
  • Product dimensions: 7.25 (w) x 9.07 (h) x 0.91 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface
1 Introduction to the World Wide Web 1
2 A history of HTML 17
3 Simple tutorial and introduction to HTML 4 35
4 Marking up paragraphs and headings 50
5 Character emphasis 65
6 Marking up lists 80
7 Hypertext links 89
8 Graphics on the Web 107
9 Introduction to style sheets for Web documents 130
10 Tables 165
11 Forms 197
12 The document head 228
13 Frames 246
14 Image maps 281
15 The OBJECT element 288
16 Client-side scripting 300
17 Internationalization of the Web 319
18 Designing your Web project 329
Postscript 360
App. A Examples of tags 361
App. B Alphabetical list of HTML 4 tags 370
App. C Characters 379
App. D How to name colors 385
App. E URL suffixes 388
App. F Country codes 389
App. G Language codes 391
App. H Tags that did NOT make it into HTML 4 393
App. I Color on the Web 395
App. J Applet 401
App. K The Cyberia Cafe 407
Glossary 417
Index 427
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