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HTML: Complete Concepts and Techniques, Fourth Edition

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Edition:
4th
ISBN13:

9781418859367

ISBN10:
1418859362
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
8/24/2006
Publisher(s):
Course Technology

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Summary

Part of the highly successful Shelly Cashman series, this introductory text leads the user 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 edition.

Table of Contents

Preface v
Project One
Introduction to HTML
Objectives
4(1)
Introduction
4(1)
What Is the Internet?
4(2)
What Is the World Wide Web?
6(3)
Web Servers
6(1)
Web Site Types and Purposes
7(2)
Web Browsers
9(1)
What Is Hypertext Markup Language?
9(4)
HTML Elements
11(1)
HTML Coding Practices
11(1)
HTML Versions
11(1)
Cascading Style Sheets
12(1)
Dynamic HTML (DHTML)
12(1)
Extensible Hypertext Markup Language (XHTML)
12(1)
Tools for Creating HTML Documents
13(1)
Web Development Life Cycle
14(8)
Web Site Planning
15(1)
Web Site Analysis
16(1)
Web Site Design and Development
16(4)
Web Site Testing
20(1)
Web Site Implementation and Maintenance
21(1)
Project Summary
22(1)
What You Should Know
22(1)
Learn It Online
23(1)
Apply Your Knowledge
24(1)
In the Lab
25(3)
Cases and Places
28(2)
Creating and Editing a Web Page
Objectives
30(1)
Introduction
30(1)
Project Two---The Campus Tutoring Service
30(2)
Elements of a Web Page
32(1)
Window Elements
32(1)
Text Elements
32(1)
Image Elements
33(1)
Hyperlink Elements
33(1)
Starting Notepad
33(2)
The Notepad Window
35(1)
Title Bar
35(1)
Menu Bar
35(1)
Text Area
35(1)
Scroll Bar
35(1)
Enabling Word Wrap in Notepad
35(1)
Entering HTML Tags and Text
36(8)
Entering HTML Tags to Define the Web Page Structure
36(3)
Entering Headings
39(1)
Entering a Paragraph of Text
40(1)
Creating a List
41(3)
Saving an HTML File
44(3)
Using a Browser to View a Web Page
47(3)
Starting a Browser
47(1)
Viewing a Web Page in a Browser
48(2)
Activating Notepad
50(1)
Web Page Images
51(1)
Image Types
51(1)
Image Attributes
51(1)
Improving the appearance of Your Web Page
52(6)
Adding an Image
53(1)
Adding Background Color
54(2)
Centering the Heading
56(1)
Adding a Horizontal Rule
56(2)
Refreshing the View in a Browser
58(1)
Viewing HTML Source Code for a Web Page
58(2)
Printing a Web Page and an HTML File
60(2)
Quitting Notepad and a Browser
62(1)
Project Summary
62(1)
What You Should Know
62(1)
Learn It Online
63(1)
Apply Your Knowledge
64(1)
In the Lab
65(3)
Cases and Places
68(2)
Creating Web Pages with Links, Images, and Formatted Text
Objectives
70(1)
Introduction
70(1)
Project Three---Plant World Web Site
71(1)
Using Links on a Web Page
72(8)
Linking to Another Web Page within the Same Web Site
74(2)
Linking to a Web Page in Another Web Site
76(1)
Linking within a Web Page
77(1)
Linking to an E-Mail Address
77(1)
Using Absolute and Relative Paths
78(2)
Creating a Home Page
80(7)
Entering HTML Tags to Define the Web Page Structure
80(1)
Starting Notepad
80(1)
Adding an Image
81(1)
Adding a Left-Aligned Heading with a Font Color
82(2)
Entering a Paragraph of Text
84(1)
Creating Unordered (Bulleted) Lists
85(1)
Adding a Background Image
86(1)
Adding a Text Link
87(3)
Adding a Text Link to Another Web Page within the Same Web Site
88(2)
Adding an E-Mail Link
90(2)
Saving and Printing the HTML File
91(1)
Viewing, Testing Links, and Printing a Web Page
92(4)
Editing the Second Web Page
96(6)
Formatting Text
98(1)
Formatting Text in Bold
99(2)
Formatting Text in Italics
101(1)
Formatting Text with a Font Color
101(1)
Adding an Image with Wrapped Text
102(8)
Adding an Image with Wrapped Text
105(1)
Clearing the Text Wrapping
106(2)
Using Horizontal and Vertical Spacing
108(1)
Using Thumbnail Images
108(1)
Obtaining Images
109(1)
Adding a Text Link to Another Web Site
110(1)
Adding a Text Link to a Web Page in Another Web Site
110(1)
Adding Links within a Web Page
111(11)
Setting Link Targets
113(1)
Adding Links to Link Targets within a Web Page
114(2)
Adding Links to a Link Target at the Top of the Page
116(1)
Adding an Image Link to a Web Page
117(2)
Saving and Printing the HTML File and Web Page
119(3)
Project Summary
122(1)
What You Should Know
122(1)
Learn It Online
123(1)
Apply Your Knowledge
124(1)
In the Lab
125(5)
Cases and Places
130(2)
Creating Tables in a Web Site
Objectives
132(1)
Introduction
132(1)
Project Four---Bell Video
132(2)
Creating Web Pages with Tables
134(4)
Table Elements
136(1)
Table Borders, Headers, Captions, and Rules
137(1)
Planning, Designing, and Coding a Table
138(5)
Determining If a Table Is Needed
139(1)
Planning the Table
139(2)
Coding the Table
141(1)
Table Tag Attributes
142(1)
Creating a Home Page
143(2)
Starting Notepad
143(1)
Entering HTML Tags to Define the Web Page Structure
143(2)
Using Borderless Tables to Position Images
145(10)
Creating a Borderless Table to Position Images
146(1)
Inserting Images in a Table
146(2)
Creating a Vertical Menu Bar with Text Links
148(3)
Adding Text to a Table Cell
151(3)
Viewing and Printing the Web Page Using the Browser
154(1)
Creating a Secondary Web Page
155(5)
Changing the Title
157(1)
Deleting an Image
158(1)
Creating a Horizontal Menu Bar with Text Links
158(2)
Creating a Table with Borders
160(7)
Creating a Table with Borders and Inserting Text into Cells
161(6)
Adding Cellspacing, Cellpadding, and a Caption
167(5)
Adding Cellspacing and Cellpadding to a Table
168(2)
Adding a Table Caption
170(2)
Spanning Rows and Columns
172(10)
Creating Heading That Span Rows and Columns
174(5)
Spanning the Main Heading Across All Columns
179(3)
Project Summary
182(1)
What You Should Know
183(1)
Learn It Online
184(1)
Apply Your Knowledge
185(1)
In the Lab
186(5)
Cases and Places
191(3)
Creating an Image Map
Objectives
194(1)
Introduction
194(1)
Project Five---Ibrahim Real Estate
195(1)
Introduction to Image Maps
196(5)
Using Image Maps with Text Links
197(1)
Image Map Uses
197(4)
Server-Side vs. Client-Side Image Maps
201(1)
Creating an Image Map
201(6)
Selecting Images
201(2)
Sketching the Borders of Hotspots
203(1)
Mapping Image Coordinates
204(2)
Coding the Map
206(1)
Using Paint to Locate X- and Y-Coordinates
207(6)
The Paint Window
208(1)
Opening an Image File in Paint
208(1)
Locating X- and Y-Coordinates of an Image
209(4)
Creating the Home Page
213(3)
Starting Notepad and Entering Initial HTML Tags
214(1)
Creating a Table
214(1)
Inserting an Image in a Table
215(1)
Adding Text to a Table Cell
216(4)
Creating a Horizontal Menu Bar with Text Links
217(2)
Adding an Image to Use as an Image Map
219(1)
Coding the Image Map Using HTML Tags and Attributes
220(6)
Creating an Image Map
221(2)
Changing Link Colors
223(2)
Viewing and Printing the Web Page Using a Browser
225(1)
Creating a Second Web Page
226(11)
Changing the Web Page Title
228(1)
Adding a Heading and Paragraphs of Text
229(2)
Adding an Image
231(1)
Creating a Horizontal Menu Bar
232(2)
Viewing and Printing the Web Page
234(2)
Testing the Links
236(1)
Project Summary
237(1)
What You Should Know
237(1)
Learn It Online
238(1)
Apply Your Knowledge
239(1)
In the Lab
240(5)
Cases and Places
245(3)
Using Frames in a Web Site
Objectives
248(1)
Introduction
248(1)
Project Six---Bill Thomas Illustrations
249(1)
Creating Frames
250(8)
Creating a Frame Definition File
250(2)
Defining Columns and Rows in a Frameset
252(2)
Defining Frame Attributes
254(4)
Planning and Laying Out Frames
258(2)
Creating a Frame Definition File
260(8)
Starting Notepad and Entering Initial HTML Tags
260(2)
Defining the Frameset Columns and Rows
262(3)
Specifying Attributes of the Header and Menu Frames
265(1)
Specifying Attributes of the Main Frame
266(1)
Saving the HTML File
267(1)
Creating the Header Page
268(2)
Creating the Menu Page
270(4)
Adding Links with Targets to the Menu Page
272(2)
Creating the Home Page
274(1)
Viewing, Testing, and Printing Web Pages and HTML Code
275(4)
Viewing and Printing the Frame Definition File Using a Browser
276(1)
Testing the Links
277(1)
Printing the HTML Files
278(1)
Project Summary
279(1)
What You Should Know
279(1)
Learn It Online
280(1)
Apply Your Knowledge
281(1)
In the Lab
282(5)
Cases and Places
287(3)
Creating a Form on a Web Page
Objectives
290(1)
Introduction
290(1)
Project Seven---Creating Forms on a Web Page
291(1)
Creating Web Page Forms
292(6)
Input Controls
292(4)
HTML Tags Used to Create Forms
296(1)
Attributes of HTML Tags Used to Create Forms
296(2)
Creating a Form on a Web Page
298(11)
Creating a Form and Identifying the Form Process
299(1)
Changing the Text Message
300(1)
Adding Text Boxes
301(2)
Adding Check Boxes
303(1)
Adding a Selection Menu
304(2)
Adding More Advanced Selection Menus
306(1)
Adding Additional Text Boxes
307(2)
Adding Radio Buttons and a Textarea
309(3)
Adding Radio Buttons
309(1)
Adding a Textarea
310(2)
Submit and Reset Buttons
312(1)
Adding Submit and Reset Buttons
312(1)
Organizing a Form Using Form Groupings
313(8)
Using Fieldset Controls to Create Form Groupings
314(2)
Saving the HTML File
316(1)
Viewing, Testing, and Printing the Web Page and HTML Code
317(4)
Project Summary
321(1)
What You Should Know
321(1)
Learn It Online
322(1)
Apply Your Knowledge
323(1)
In the Lab
324(4)
Cases and Places
328(2)
Creating Style Sheets
Objectives
330(1)
Introduction
330(1)
Project Eight---Using Style Sheets in the Blue Cell, Inc. Web Site
331(3)
Creating Style Sheets
334(4)
Style Sheet Precedence
334(1)
Style Statement Format
334(2)
Inline Style Sheets
336(1)
Embedded Style Sheets
336(1)
External Style Sheets
337(1)
Working with Classes in Style Sheets
338(2)
Adding Style Sheets to the Blue Cell, Inc. Site
340(1)
Adding an Embedded Style Sheet
340(8)
Setting the Paragraph Style
343(1)
Setting a Style for All Links
343(1)
Setting the Link Hover Style
344(1)
Saving, Viewing, and Printing the HTML File
345(3)
Adding an External Style Sheet
348(4)
Setting a Body Style
349(1)
Setting Link and Paragraph Styles
350(1)
Setting Table and Caption Styles
350(1)
Creating an External Style Sheet
350(2)
Linking to an External Style Sheet
352(2)
Linking the Remaining HTML Files to an External Style Sheet
353(1)
Adding an Inline Style Sheet
354(5)
Viewing and Printing Framed Web Pages
356(2)
Viewing and Printing HTML Files
358(1)
Quitting Notepad and a Broswser
359(1)
Project Summary
359(1)
What You Should Know
359(1)
Learn It Online
360(1)
Apply Your Knowledge
361(1)
In the Lab
362(5)
Cases and Places
367
Appendix A HTML Quick Reference
HTML Tags and Attributes
1(10)
Appendix B Browser-Safe Color Palette
Browser-Safe Colors
11(2)
Appendix C Accessibility Standards and the Web
Making the Web Accessible
13(1)
Section 508 Guidelines Examples
13(5)
WAI Guidelines
18(7)
Appendix D Style Sheet Browser Compatibility Tables
Style Sheet Properties and Values
25
Background and Color Styles
26(1)
Border Styles
27(1)
Font Styles
28(1)
List Styles
29(1)
Margin and Padding Styles
30(1)
Text Styles
31
Index 1


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