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HTML : Complete Concepts and Techniques

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Summary

Part of the highly successful Shelly Cashman series, this text leads the reader through a clear, step-by-step, screen-by-screen approach to learning HTML. Readers learn how to create a Web page using HTML, format the page, add graphics, and more with this exciting new text.

Table of Contents

PROJECT ONE CREATING AND EDITING A WEB PAGE
Objectives
HTM 1.1(3)
Introduction
HTM 1.4(1)
What Is the Internet?
HTM 1.4(5)
What Is the World Wide Web?
HTM 1.6(2)
What Is Hypertext Markup Language?
HTM 1.8(1)
Project One -- Chiaravalle Pizza Web Page
HTM 1.9(1)
Web Page Development
HTM 1.9(1)
The Elements of a Web Page
HTM 1.10(1)
Starting Notepad
HTM 1.11(3)
Wrapping Text in the Notepad Window
HTM 1.13(1)
The Notepad Window
HTM 1.14(1)
Menu Bar
HTM 1.14(1)
Text Area
HTM 1.14(1)
Scroll Bars
HTM 1.14(1)
Entering HTML Tags and Text
HTM 1.14(7)
Entering Initial Tags
HTM 1.15(1)
Correcting Errors
HTM 1.16(1)
Entering Headings in an HTML File
HTM 1.16(2)
Entering Text in Paragraph Format
HTM 1.18(1)
Creating a List
HTM 1.19(2)
Saving the HTML File
HTM 1.21(2)
Using a Browser to View a Web Page
HTM 1.23(4)
Starting Your Browser
HTM 1.23(2)
Opening a Web Page in Your Browser
HTM 1.25(2)
Activating Notepad
HTM 1.27(1)
Improving the Appearance of Your Web Page
HTM 1.28(5)
Adding Background Color
HTM 1.29(1)
Centering the Heading
HTM 1.30(1)
Adding a Horizontal Rule
HTM 1.31(1)
Viewing the Modified File in Your Browser
HTM 1.32(1)
Viewing Your Web Page Source
HTM 1.33(2)
Printing a Copy
HTM 1.35(1)
Quitting Notepad and Your Browser
HTM 1.36(1)
Web Page Design
HTM 1.37(3)
Purpose
HTM 1.37(1)
Web Page Organization
HTM 1.38(1)
Web Site Organization
HTM 1.38(2)
Project Summary
HTM 1.40(1)
What You Should Know
HTM 1.40(1)
Test Your Knowledge
HTM 1.41(2)
Use Help
HTM 1.43(1)
Apply Your Knowledge
HTM 1.44(1)
In the Lab
HTM 1.45(3)
Cases and Places
HTM 1.48
PROJECT TWO CREATING A WEB SITE WITH LINKS
Objectives
HTM 2.1(3)
Introduction
HTM 2.4(1)
Project Two -- Web Res
HTM 2.4(2)
Introduction to Links
HTM 2.6(6)
Linking within a Web Page
HTM 2.8(1)
Linking to Another Web Page within the Same Web Site
HTM 2.8(2)
Linking to Another Web Site
HTM 2.10(1)
Linking to E-Mail
HTM 2.11(1)
Starting Notepad
HTM 2.11(1)
Creating a Home Page
HTM 2.12(5)
Entering Initial HTML Tags
HTM 2.13(1)
Entering a Heading
HTM 2.14(1)
Entering Text
HTM 2.15(1)
Entering Bulleted Lists
HTM 2.16(1)
Web Page Images
HTM 2.17(1)
Classes of Images
HTM 2.17(1)
Image Types
HTM 2.17(1)
Image Attributes
HTM 2.18(1)
Inserting Background and Horizontal Rule Images
HTM 2.18(4)
Inserting a Background Image
HTM 2.18(1)
Inserting a Horizontal Rule Image
HTM 2.19(1)
Copying and Pasting Text
HTM 2.20(2)
Adding a Link to the Second Web Page
HTM 2.22(2)
Entering the Text and Tags for a Link to Another Web Page
HTM 2.22(2)
Adding an E-Mail Link
HTM 2.24(2)
Saving and Printing the HTML File
HTM 2.25(1)
Viewing the Web Page and Testing the Links
HTM 2.26(5)
Editing the Second Web Page
HTM 2.31(8)
Adding Bold to Text
HTM 2.32(3)
Adding Italics to Text
HTM 2.35(1)
Adding Color to Text
HTM 2.36(1)
Changing the Default Bullet Type
HTM 3.37(2)
Inserting an Image and Wrapping Text
HTM 3.39(4)
Inserting an Image with Wrapped Text
HTM 2.42(1)
Adding Text and Image Links to Another Web Site
HTM 2.43(2)
Adding a Text Link to Another Web Site
HTM 2.43(1)
Adding an Image Link to Another Web Site
HTM 2.44(1)
Creating Links within a Web Page
HTM 2.45(9)
Setting the Link Targets
HTM 2.47(1)
Adding Links to the Targets
HTM 2.48(2)
Linking to the Top of the Page
HTM 2.50(4)
Testing the Links
HTM 2.54(1)
More About Images
HTM 2.54(2)
Horizontal and Vertical Space
HTM 2.54(1)
Thumbnail Images
HTM 2.55(1)
Where to Obtain Images
HTM 2.56(1)
Project Summary
HTM 2.56(1)
What You Should Know
HTM 2.56(1)
Test Your Knowledge
HTM 2.57(2)
Use Help
HTM 2.59(1)
Apply Your Knowledge
HTM 2.59(2)
In the Lab
HTM 2.61(4)
Cases and Places
HTM 2.65
PROJECT THREE CREATING TABLES IN A WEB SITE
Objectives
HTM 3.1(3)
Introduction
HTM 3.4(1)
Project Three -- Theater Club
HTM 3.4(2)
Creating Web Pages with Tables
HTM 3.6(4)
Table Elements
HTM 3.8(1)
Other Table Parts
HTM 3.9(1)
Planning, Designing, and Coding a Table
HTM 3.10(5)
Determining if a Table Is Needed
HTM 3.10(1)
Planning the Table
HTM 3.11(1)
Coding the Table
HTM 3.12(2)
Table Attributes
HTM 3.14(1)
Starting Notepad
HTM 3.14(1)
Entering Initial HTML Tags
HTM 3.15(1)
Adding a Borderless Header Table with Images
HTM 3.15(12)
Inserting the Heading Table
HTM 3.17(1)
Inserting Images in a Table
HTM 3.18(1)
Creating a List of Links with Text
HTM 3.19(4)
Adding Text
HTM 3.23(2)
Viewing and Printing the Web Page Using the Browser
HTM 3.25(2)
Creating a Menu Bar on a Secondary Web Page
HTM 3.27(4)
Changing the Title
HTM 3.29(1)
Inserting a Menu Bar
HTM 3.30(1)
Creating a Table with Borders
HTM 3.31(6)
Inserting Text into Heading and Data Cells
HTM 3.32(5)
Spacing, Column Widths, and Captions
HTM 3.37(6)
Adding Cellspacing and Cellpadding
HTM 3.38(3)
Changing Column Widths
HTM 3.41(1)
Adding a Caption
HTM 3.41(2)
Spanning Rows and Columns
HTM 3.43(9)
Spanning the Main Heading across All Columns
HTM 3.46(2)
Creating Additional Headings that Span Rows and Columns
HTM 3.48(4)
Using Blank Cells
HTM 3.52(2)
Project Summary
HTM 3.54(1)
What You Should Know
HTM 3.54(1)
Test Your Knowledge
HTM 3.55(2)
Use Help
HTM 3.57(1)
Apply Your Knowledge
HTM 3.58(1)
In the Lab
HTM 3.59(3)
Cases and Places
HTM 3.62
PROJECT FOUR CREATING AN IMAGE MAP
Objectives
HTM 4.1(3)
Introduction
HTM 4.4(1)
Project Four -- Surf s Up
HTM 4.4(2)
Introduction to Image Maps
HTM 4.6(6)
Image Map Caution
HTM 4.7(1)
Image Map Uses
HTM 4.8(3)
Server-Side versus Client-Side Image Maps
HTM 4.11(1)
Image Map Components
HTM 4.12(4)
Selecting Images
HTM 4.12(1)
Sketching the Borders of Clickable Areas
HTM 4.13(2)
Mapping Coordinates
HTM 4.15(1)
Coding the Map
HTM 4.15(1)
Mapping Image Coordinates
HTM 4.16(7)
Starting Paint
HTM 4.17(1)
The Paint Window
HTM 4.18(1)
Opening an Image
HTM 4.18(1)
Locating the X- and Y-Coordinates
HTM 4.19(4)
Coding the Image Map Using Tags and Attributes
HTM 4.23(2)
Image Map Tag Attributes
HTM 4.23(1)
Starting Notepad
HTM 4.23(1)
Entering Initial HTML Tags
HTM 4.24(1)
Creating the Home Page
HTM 4.25(11)
Creating a Table
HTM 4.25(1)
Inserting an Image
HTM 4.26(2)
Inserting a Heading
HTM 4.28(1)
Inserting a Paragraph
HTM 4.29(2)
Creating Text Links
HTM 4.31(1)
Creating an Image Map
HTM 4.32(1)
Changing Link Colors
HTM 4.33(2)
Viewing and Printing the Web Page Using Your Browser
HTM 4.35(1)
Creating a Second Web Page
HTM 4.36(10)
Changing the Title
HTM 4.38(1)
Inserting an Image
HTM 4.38(3)
Creating a Link List
HTM 4.41(1)
Inserting a Chart
HTM 4.42(1)
Creating an E-Mail Link
HTM 4.43(2)
Testing the Links
HTM 4.45(1)
Image Mapping Software
HTM 4.46(1)
Project Summary
HTM 4.47(1)
What You Should Know
HTM 4.47(1)
Test Your Knowledge
HTM 4.48(2)
Use Help
HTM 4.50(1)
Apply Your Knowledge
HTM 4.51(1)
In the Lab
HTM 4.52(3)
Cases and Places
HTM 4.55
PROJECT FIVE CREATING FRAMES ON A WEB PAGE
Objectives
HTM 5.1(3)
Introduction
HTM 5.4(1)
Project Five -- Andrews High School Class Reunion
HTM 5.4(2)
Creating Web Pages with Frames
HTM 5.6(10)
Using Frames
HTM 5.6(7)
Planning and Laying Out Frames
HTM 5.13(1)
Entering Initial HTML Tags
HTM 5.14(2)
Creating a Frame Definition File
HTM 5.16(6)
Identifying the Header Content
HTM 5.18(1)
Setting Frame Columns
HTM 5.18(1)
Identifying the Column Content
HTM 5.19(2)
Saving the HTML File
HTM 5.21(1)
Creating the Header Page
HTM 5.22(2)
Adding an Image and a Heading
HTM 5.22(2)
Creating the Navigation Page
HTM 5.24(2)
Adding Hypertext References and Targets
HTM 5.25(1)
Creating the Home Page
HTM 5.26(6)
Adding the Home Page Text
HTM 5.26(2)
Viewing and Printing the HTML Files Using the Browser
HTM 5.28(2)
Printing All HTML Files
HTM 5.30(2)
Advanced Frame Options
HTM 5.32(2)
Using NORESIZE
HTM 5.32(1)
Designing a Four-Frame Structure
HTM 5.33(1)
Project Summary
HTM 5.34(1)
What You Should Know
HTM 5.34(1)
Test Your Knowledge
HTM 5.35(2)
Use Help
HTM 5.37(1)
Apply Your Knowledge
HTM 5.37(2)
In the Lab
HTM 5.39(3)
Cases and Places
HTM 5.42
PROJECT SIX CREATING FORMS ON A WEB PAGE
Objectives
HTM 6.1(3)
Introduction
HTM 6.4(1)
Project Six -- Andrews High School Class Reunion Survey Forms
HTM 6.4(2)
Creating Web Page Forms
HTM 6.6(3)
Input Controls
HTM 6.6(2)
Form Tags
HTM 6.8(1)
Form Tag Attributes
HTM 6.9(1)
Opening the HTML File
HTM 6.9(1)
Creating a Form Having Text, Radio Button, and Textarea Controls
HTM 6.10(8)
Identifying the Form Process
HTM 6.10(2)
Changing the Text Message
HTM 6.12(1)
Adding Radio Buttons
HTM 6.13(2)
Adding a Text Field
HTM 6.15(1)
Adding Textareas
HTM 6.16(2)
Submit and Reset Buttons
HTM 6.18(5)
Creating Submit and Reset Buttons
HTM 6.18(1)
Saving the HTML File
HTM 6.19(1)
Viewing, Testing, and Printing the Web Page and HTML File
HTM 6.19(4)
Creating a Form with Selection Menus
HTM 6.23(7)
Opening the HTML File
HTM 6.23(2)
Changing the Initial Text
HTM 6.25(1)
Adding Radio Buttons to the Second Form
HTM 6.26(1)
Creating Selection Controls
HTM 6.27(1)
Adding More Radio Buttons and a Selection Menu
HTM 6.28(1)
Inserting a Text Field
HTM 6.29(1)
Adding the Submit and Reset Buttons
HTM 6.30(1)
Saving, Viewing, Testing, and Printing the HTML File
HTM 6.30(3)
Testing the Submit Buttons
HTM 6.33(1)
Advanced Selection Menus
HTM 6.33(2)
Project Summary
HTM 6.35(1)
What You Should Know
HTM 6.35(1)
Test Your Knowledge
HTM 6.36(2)
Use Help
HTM 6.38(1)
Apply Your Knowledge
HTM 6.39(1)
In the Lab
HTM 6.40(3)
Cases and Places
HTM 6.43


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