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Part of the highly successful Shelly Cashman series, this text provides a comprehensive introduction to HTML and leads the user through a clear, step-by-step, screen-by-screen approach to learning. Readers learn how to create a Web page using HTML, format the page, add graphics, and more.
Table of Contents
|Introduction to HTML, XHTML, and CSS|
|Creating and Editing a Web Page Using Inline Styles|
|Creating Web Pages with Links, Images, and Embedded Style Sheets|
|Creating Tables in a Web Site Using External Style Sheet|
|Special Feature 1: Attracting Visitors to Your Web Site|
|Creating an Image Map|
|Creating a Form on a Web Page|
|Using Advanced Cascading Style Sheets|
|Special Feature 2: Converting Frames on Your Web Site|
|Creating Pop-up Windows, Adding Scrolling Messages, and Validating Forms|
|Using the Document Object Model (DOM) to Enhance Web Pages|
|Creating and Using XML Documents|
|HTML Quick Reference|
|Browser-Safe Color Palette|
|Accessibility Standards and the Web|
|CSS Properties and Values|
|Publishing Web Pages to a Web Server|
|XML Quick Reference|
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