XHTML: In Plain English

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Two Books for the Price of One--both an interactive reference & tutorial! XHTML In Plain English gives instant access to XHTML through a detailed reference section of key XHTML components and a dense tutorial that describes the scripting essentials. Extensive cross-references with live page numbers make this is the perfect book to prop next to your computer while programming in XHTML.

XHTML In Plain English cuts to the core of the emerging XHTML standard. The instant access ...

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Overview

Two Books for the Price of One--both an interactive reference & tutorial! XHTML In Plain English gives instant access to XHTML through a detailed reference section of key XHTML components and a dense tutorial that describes the scripting essentials. Extensive cross-references with live page numbers make this is the perfect book to prop next to your computer while programming in XHTML.

XHTML In Plain English cuts to the core of the emerging XHTML standard. The instant access to XHTML information comes through extensive cross references with live page numbers, topical and alphabetical organization of material, clean design, and a strong user-friendly In Plain English section that identifies common tasks and their corresponding elements. A programmer's ability to reference a XHTML language from multiple angles beyond an ordinary index makes this book a powerful programming tool. With XHTML In Plain English, Second Edition, at your side, computer professionals can immediately solve XHTML problems with the strength of a relational database instead of a simple index!

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780764547430
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 11/15/2000
  • Series: In Plain English Series
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 830
  • Product dimensions: 5.52 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 1.87 (d)

Meet the Author

Sandra E. Eddy has been writing about computers, the Internet, and Windows(r) applications for nearly two decades. Her previous books include HTML In Plain English, XML(TM) In Plain English, Teach Yourself(r) XML(TM), and Teach Yourself(r) Microsoft(r) Active Server(r) Pages 3.
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Table of Contents

Preface.

Acknowledgements.

PART I: XHTML REFERENCE.

XHTML in Plain English.

XHTML A to Z.

XHTML Syntax.

Cascading Style Sheets in Plain English.

Cascading Style Sheets A to Z.

Cascading Style Sheets by Category.

Cascading Style Sheet Syntax.

PART II: XHTML Tutorial.

Chapter 1: Introducing XHTML.

Chapter 2. Constructing a Basic Document.

Chapter 3. Using Lists in Documents.

Chapter 4. Adding Tables to Documents.

Chapter 5. Framing Documents.

Chapter 6. Linking to Other Resources.

Chapter 7. Using Interactive Forms.

Chapter 8. Styling Documents with CSS2.

Chapter 9. Testing and Maintaining Documents.

Chapter 10. Creating Dynamic Documents.

Chapter 11. Customizing XHTML.

Appendix A;
Elements by HTML Version and Activity.

Appendix B: Unicode Characters and Character Sets.

Appendix C: Internationalization: Language Codes and Country Codes.

Appendix D: EBNF Reference.

Appendix E: Attributes in Depth.

Glossary.

Index.

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