HTML : The Complete Reference

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  • Edition: 3rd
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2000-12-01
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Osborne Media
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A comprehensive, all-in-one reference for all levels of HTML developers. This bestselling book combines theory and practice, and includes extensive examples.

Author Biography

Thomas A. Powell is the president and founder of Powell Internet Consulting, LLC (www.pint.com), a recognized leader in Web site development and Internet publishing. Powell has developed several Internet publishing courses, including the UCSD Extension Web Publishing Certificate Program. He writes for numerous periodicals, including Network World, and lectures regularly on topics such as the Internet. Web site design, and how to establish a Web presence.

Table of Contents

Part I: Introduction.

Chapter 1: Introduction to HTML and XHTML.

Chapter 2: Web Development Overview

Part II: Core HTML.

Chapter 3: Core Elements.

Chapter 4: Links and Addressing

Part III: Presentation and Layout.

Chapter 5: HTML and Images.

Chapter 6: Basic Layout: Text, Colors, and Backgrounds.

Chapter 7: Layout with Tables.

Chapter 8: HTML and Multimedia.

Chapter 9: HTML and Multimedia.

Chapter 10: Stylesheets.

Part IV: Programming and HTML.

Chapter 11: Basic Interactivity and HTML: Forms.

Chapter 12: Introduction to Server-Side Programming.

Chapter 13: Introduction to JavaScript and DHTML.

Chapter 14: Client-Side Programming: Plug-ins, ActiveX, and Java.

Part V: Site Delivery and Management.

Chapter 15: Site Delivery.

Chapter 16: Site Management.

Part VI: Advanced Optics.

Chapter 17: XML: Beyond HTML.

Chapter 18: Future Directions.


A: HTML Element Reference.

B: Style Sheet Reference.

C: Special Characters.

D: Fonts.

E: Color Reference.

F: Reading a Document Type Definition.

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