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Are you still designing web sites like it's 1999? If so, you're in for a surprise. Since the last edition of this book appeared five years ago, there has been a major climate change with regard to web standards. Designers are no longer using (X)HTML as a design tool, but as a means of defining the meaning and structure of content. Cascading Style Sheets are no longer just something interesting to tinker with, but rather a reliable method for handling all matters of presentation, from fonts and colors to the ...
Are you still designing web sites like it's 1999? If so, you're in for a surprise. Since the last edition of this book appeared five years ago, there has been a major climate change with regard to web standards. Designers are no longer using (X)HTML as a design tool, but as a means of defining the meaning and structure of content. Cascading Style Sheets are no longer just something interesting to tinker with, but rather a reliable method for handling all matters of presentation, from fonts and colors to the layout of the entire page. In fact, following the standards is now a mandate of professional web design.
The third edition covers these contemporary web design topics:
Organized so that readers can find answers quickly, Web Design in a Nutshell, Third Edition helps experienced designers come up to speed quickly on standards-based web design, and serves as a quick reference for those already familiar with the new standards and technology.
There are many books for web designers, but none that address such a wide variety of topics. Find out why nearly half a million buyers have made this the most popular web design book available.
Part I: The Web Environment
Chapter 1: Web Standards
Chapter 2: Designing for a Variety of Browsers
Chapter 3: Designing for a Variety of Displays
Chapter 4: A Beginner's Guide to the Server
Chapter 5: Accessibility
Chapter 6: Internationalization
Part II: The Structural Layer: XML and (X)HTML
Chapter 7: Introduction to XML
Chapter 8: HTML and XHTML Overview
Chapter 9: Document Structure
Chapter 10: Text Elements
Chapter 11: Creating Links
Chapter 12: Images and Objects
Chapter 13: Tables
Chapter 14: Frames
Chapter 15: Forms
Part III: The Presentation Layer: Cascading Style Sheets
Chapter 16: Cascading Style Sheets Fundamentals
Chapter 17: Selectors
Chapter 18: Font and Text Properties
Chapter 19: Basic Box Properties
Chapter 20: Color and Backgrounds
Chapter 21: Floating and Positioning
Chapter 22: CSS for Tables
Chapter 23: Lists and Generated Content
Chapter 24: CSS Techniques
Chapter 25: Managing Browser Bugs: Workarounds, Hacks, and Filters
Chapter 27: DOM Scripting
Part V: Web Graphics
Chapter 28: Web Graphics Overview
Chapter 29: GIF Format
Chapter 30: JPEG Format
Chapter 31: PNG Format
Chapter 32: Animated GIFs
Part VI: Media
Chapter 33: Audio on the Web
Chapter 34: Video on the Web
Chapter 35: The Flash Platform
Chapter 36: Printing from the Web
Part VII: Appendixes
Appendix A: HTML Elements and Attributes
Appendix B: CSS 2.1 Properties
Appendix C: Character Entities
Appendix D: Specifying Color
Appendix E: Microformats: Extending (X)HTML
Posted October 26, 2006
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Posted September 18, 2011
Please fix download error. I downloaded the sample to read, but can't open the book. There is an error code "can't open. "
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This is an incredibly wonderful book for students. I helped teach a web page development class for a local college and this was one of the required books. While our text book ("Head First HTML") was a great "walk you through it" type book, this was a great supplemental book. It has chapters about different difficult-to-comprehend topics in web development - like image maps and linking via images - as well as quick references to non-standard characters and a great index. Even after a couple years of experience, I still refer to my "Nutshell" book for quick tips for web development.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted May 29, 2003
Posted January 26, 2002
Had to get this book for Webmaster certification. Waste of time. You're so much better off with some other resources. This one tried too hard, to put too much, into too little. O'Reilly usually has decent books... The Webmaster in a Nutshell is better. You would likely be better off with a book in each specific topic.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted October 12, 2011
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