Principles of HTML, XHTML, and DHTML The Web Technologies Seriesby Gosselin, Don
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This text gives equal treatment to both HTML and XHTML, covering all new HTML 5 features while highlighting the differences between the languages. The book will also include enhanced coverage of DHTML, as HTML, X/HTML, and DHTML are commonly taught in the same course. Each chapter provides clear, non-technical explanations of the important concepts and techniques of a particular language or tool. The focus, however, is on learning-by-doing as students complete typical Web authoring tasks, such as adding tables to Web pages.
Table of Contents
|Introduction to Web Page Development|
|Building, Linking, Publishing Basic Web Pages|
|Working with Text and Images|
|Formatting with Cascading Style Sheets|
|Building Tables and Lists|
|Gathering Data with Forms|
|Incorporating Multimedia and Executable Content|
|Building Arrays and Control Structures|
|Manipulating the Browser Object Model|
|Overview of the Document Object Model (DOM)|
|Creating Dynamic HTML (DHTML)|
|Developing Web Pages for Mobile Devices|
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