By covering all of the tasks associated with creating a Web page with HTML, Using HTML 4 provides the perfect reference for readers who need quick answers to their HTML questions. The key features of this book are: -Creating The Basic Web Page -Including Images and Multimedia -Controlling Presentation -Adding Interactivity -Advanced Topics -HTML Publishing
- Practical reference covering all the fundamental tasks for creating Web pages with HTML.
- Concise answers to the most common HTML questions: how to build a basic web page, add images, work with Cascading Style Sheets, create interactive pages, and more.
- New and unique "also known as" indexing technique gives the reader the fastest method of finding information on HTML 4.
Table of ContentsIntroduction 1
1 What You Need to Get Started 11
2 Building the Foundation 33
3 Providing Structure 45
4 Adding Context 61
5 Using Basic Style 79
6 Creating Lists 99
7 Adding Links 117
8 Adding Images to a Web Page 133
9 Using Imagemaps for Navigation 157
10 Animating Graphics 173
11 Adding Sound and Video 183
12 Including Java Applets 207
13 Using Cascading Style Sheets to Define 225 Appearance
14 Controlling Layout with Cascading Style 239 Sheets
15 Creating Tables for Data 253
16 Using Tables for Page Layout 267
17 Creating Frames 279
18 Naming and Navigating Frames 303
19 Creating HTML Forms 325
20 Using a Scripting Language 345
21 Adding Layers 371
22 Dynamically Changing Style 395
23 Dynamically Changing Page Content 421
24 Using CGI 451 V Advanced Topics 481
25 Using Meta Information to Describe Your 481 Document
26 Creating Widely Accessible Web Pages 493
27 Validating Your HTML 515
28 Publishing Your Web Pages 545
29 Maintaining Your Web Site 563
A HTML Quick Reference 575
B CSS Quick Reference 597
C Colors 625
D Entities and Characters 637
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Using HTML 4, 4th Edition based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
This book's okay, particularly when I don't want to use the Internet and tag HTML at the same time. I've found free, online HTML resources to be better and easier to use. The writing is too dense and the way the book is put together isn't so well thought out.
BOTTOM-LINE: Good resource . PLOT OR PREMISE: Good resource, short on tutorial and long on information. . WHAT I LIKED: Good for syntax and great appendix sections. . WHAT I DIDN'T LIKE: Not quite as detailed as other books, and not much theory. . DISCLOSURE: I received no compensation, not even a free copy, in exchange for this review. I am not personal friends with the author, nor do I follow him / her on social media.