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Web Developer Foundations : Using XHTML

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2nd
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9781576761151

ISBN10:
1576761150
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Pub. Date:
1/1/2004
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Addison Wesley
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Summary

Using XHTML provides a foundation in skills and concepts that web developers need, including Internet concepts, XHTML, basic web design and development, web site promotion and e-commerce overview. Advanced technical topics are introduced such as configuring web media, JavaScript, DHTML, Java applets, and Flash on web pages. This book is for anyone interested in improving their web development skills.

Table of Contents

The Internet and the World Wide Web
The Evolution of the Internet
The Internet, Intranets, and Extranets
The Evolution of the World Wide Web Internet Standards and Coordination
Web Standards and the World Wide Web Consortium4 Web Accessibility Ethical Use of Information on the Web
Checkpoint
Network Overview The Client/Server Model
Internet Protocols
File Transfer Protocol (FTP)
E-mail Protocols Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP)
Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)
URLs and Domain Names URLs Domain Names
Markup Languages
Standard Generalized Markup Language (SGML)
Hypertext Markup Language (HTML)
Extensible Markup Language (XML)
Extensible Hypertext Markup Language (XHTML)
Checkpoint
Internet and Web Trends
Review Questions
Web Research
XHTML Basics What Is HTML?
Why XHTML and Not HTML?
Document Type Definition
Your First Web Page Hands-On Practice
Checkpoint
XHTML Body and Text Basics
The Body Tag
The Heading Tag Hands-On Practice
The Paragraph Tag Hands-On Practice
The Line Break Tag Hands-On Practice
XHTMLndash;List Basics Definition Lists Hands-On Practice
Ordered Lists Unordered Lists Hands-On Practice
XHTMLndash;More Block-Level Tags Preformatted Text Hands-On Practice
Indenting Text Hands-On Practice
Checkpoint
XHTMLndash;Text Formatting39 The Tag Hands-On Practice
Logical Style Tags Physical Style Tags Special XHTML Characters Hands-On Practice
Checkpoint
Review Questions
Apply Your Knowledge Hands-On Exercises
Web Site
Case Study JavaJam Coffee House Fish Creek Animal Hospital Pete the Painter Prime Properties Web Research
XHTML Hyperlinks & Tables
XHTML Hyperlinks The Anchor Tag Absolute and Relative Links Hands-On Practice
More on Relative Linking Relative Link Examples Opening a Link in a New Browser Window
Internal Links Hands-On Practice
E-mail Links Hands-On Practice
Checkpoint
Using Tables on Web Pages
Overview of an XHTML Table
XHTML Table Headings
XHTML Table Captions Hands-On Practice
XHTML Table Attributes
Applying Attributes to Rows and Cells Hands-On Practice
Checkpoint
XHTML Formatting a Web Page with a Table
More Sample Page Layout Examples Flexible and Fixed Table Widths
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