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Part of the New Perspectives Series, this thorough, engaging includes everything readers need to learn to create simple to complex Web sites using HTML, XHTML, and DHTML.
Table of Contents
|Developing a Web Page|
|Developing a Web Site|
|Working with Cascading Style Sheets|
|Creating Special Effects with CSS|
|Working with Web Tables|
|Working with Web Forms|
|Working with Multimedia|
|Designing a Web Site with Frames|
|Working with HTML|
|Working with Operators and Expressions|
|Working with Arrays, Loops, and Conditional Statements|
|Introducing the Document Object Model|
|Working with the Event Model|
|Working with Windows and Frames|
|Validating Web Forms|
|Color Names and Color Values|
|HTML Character Values|
|Placing a Document on the World Wide Web|
|Making the Web More Accessible|
|HTML and XHTML Elements and Attributes|
|Cascading Style Sheets|
|Working with Cookies|
|Filter and Transition Styles with Internet Explorer|
|Interactive Content with AJAX|
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