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Web Development and Design Foundations with XHTML



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Using Hands-On Practice exercises and Web Site Case Studies to motivate readers,Web Development and Design Foundations with XHTML, 4e, includes all the necessary lessons to guide students in developing highly effective Web sites.Key topics include: The Internet and the World Wide Web; XHTML Basics; Configuring Color & Text with CSS; Visual Elements & Graphics; Web Design; Page Layout with CSS; More on Links, Lists & Layout; Tables; Forms; Web Site Development; Web Multimedia & Interactivity; E-Commerce Overview; Promotion for Web Developers; A Brief Look at JavaScript. In the Fourth Edition, Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) are introduced earlier in the text. Both XHTML and CSS topics receive increased prominence, and are integrated throughout the text. Ethics and accessibility issues receive increased coverage, and a new Design Activities supplement offers hands-on design projects to supplement those presented in the text.For all readers interested in Web design.

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 Consortium
Accessibility and the Web
Ethical Use of Information on the Web
Checkpoint l1.1
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
Domain Names
Markup Languages
Standard Generalized Markup Language (SGML)
Hypertext Markup Language (HTML)
Extensible Markup Language (XML)
Extensible Hypertext Markup Language (XHTML) Checkpoint l1.2
Internet and Web Trends
Key Terms
Review Questions
Web Research Web Design Focus
XHTML Basics
What Is HTML?
Why XHTML and Not HTML?
Document Type Definition
Your First Web Page
Hands-On Practice
Checkpoint l2.1
XHTML Body and Text Basics
The Body Element
The Heading Element
Hands-On Practice
Accessibility and Headings
The Paragraph Element
Hands-On Practice
The Line Break Element
Hands-On Practice
The Blockquote Element
Hands-On Practice
XHTML List Basics
Definition Lists
Hands-On Practice
Ordered Lists
Unordered Lists
Hands-On Practice
Checkpoint l2.2
XHTML Text Formatting
XHTML Logical Style Elements
XHTML Physical Style Elements
Special XHTML Characters
Hands-On Practice
XHTML Hyperlinks
The Anchor Element
Absolute and Relative Links
E-mail Links
Hands-On Practice 2.8
Accessibility and Links
XHTML Validation
Hands-On Practice l2.9
Checkpoint l2.3 Key Terms
Review Questions
Apply Your Knowledge
Hands-On Exercises Web Research Web Design Focus
Web Site Case Study
JavaJam Coffee House
Fish Creek Animal Hospital
Pete the Painter
Prime Properties
Configuring Color & Text with CSS
Overview of Cascading Style Sheets
Advantages of Cascading Style Sheets
Types of Cascading Style Sheets
Introduction to CSS Syntax
Using Color on Web Pages
Web Color Palette
Accessibility and Color
Configuring Color with Inline CSS
The Style Attribute
Hands-On Practice 3.1
Configuring Color with Embedded CSS
The Style Element
Hands-On Practice 3.2
Checkpoint l3.1
Configuring Text with CSS
CSS and Fonts
Hands-On Practice 3.3
The Class and Id Selectors
Hands-On Practice 3.4
The Div and Span Elements
Hands-On Practice 3.5
Using External Style Sheets
Hands-On Practice 3.6
Hands-On Practice 3.7
Checkpoint 3.2
Centering XHTML Elements
Hands-On Practice 3.8
CSS Validation Hands-On Practice
Key Terms Review Questions
Apply Your Knowledge
Hands-On Exercises
Web Research Web Design Focus
Web Site Case Study
JavaJam Coffee House
Fish Creek Animal Hospital
Pete the Painter
Prime Properties
Visual Elements & Graphics
Configuring Lines and Borders
The Horizontal Rule Element
Hands-On Practice 4.1
The Border and Padding Properties
Hands-On Practice l4.2
Checkpoint l4.1
Types of Graphics
GIF Images
JPEG Images
PNG Images
Using Graphics
The Image Element
Accessibility and Images
Hands-On Practice 4.3
Image Links
Hands-On Practice 4.4
Background Images
Configuring Background Images with CSS
Hands-On Practice 4.5
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