Get straight to the essentials of Web site development with of this step-by-step goldmine. Learn to build your Web site using HTML and XHTML basics. Then, this easy-to-follow guide takes you through adding images, using tables for data and layout, creating framesets, enhancing visuals with style sheets, embedding objects, and even adding interactivity with forms.
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This step-by-step resource takes the fear and mystery out of using markup languages HTML and XHTML to build Web sites--it will help you through the process with friendly and familiar terms and techniques. You'll cover all the basics, learn to add links, images, and data, and move on to advanced techniques such as animation, image maps, and interactivity. Discover the XHTML 1.0 recommendations and the direction in which Web design is headed with XHMTL 1.1 (XHTML Modularization) and the XHTML 2.0 working draft. Whatever your goals are, you'll find what you need to accomplish them in How to Do Everything with HTML & XHTML.
James H. Pence (Campbell, TX), author of How to Do Everything with HTML, is a self-described "non-technical" writer. He was trained in creative writing and journalism at the Dallas Theological Seminary. As a member of the HTML Writers' Guild, James authors and maintains his own Web site, Tuppence Creative Ministries, at www.tuppence.org. Addition-ally, he works as a freelance Web designer and is currently developing sites for author Reg Grant (www.reggrant.com).
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Book Description McGraw-Hill Osborne Media, 2003. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110072231297
Book Description McGraw-Hill Osborne Media, 2003. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0072231297
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