Featuring the latest HTML topics of interest for both beginning and experienced Web authors, readers get solid and practical content in this completely revised Second Edition. Included are specification tags for HTML 4.0 and descriptions of their uses. The book also provides an overview of the latest Internet Explorer-specific and Netscape Navigator-specific tags. The latest Web innovations including XML, Dynamic HTML, HTML Help, WebTV, and WebTV tags are discussed as well. From basic tagging to the latest advancements, this book provides all the necessary elements for learning HTML and making it work.
* Covers the latest HTML topics of interest to Web authors
* Includes HTML 4.0 specific tags
* Provides Internet Explorer and Netscape Navigator specific tags
* Full Cascading Style Sheet specification
* Extended Markup Language and Channel Definition Format
* WebTV specific tags
* Instructions for working with a Web server
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The Advanced HTML Companion is authoritative on the subject of HTML, providing a great deal of how-to information. However, the book sometimes suffers from a lack of organization, making it difficult to use as an HTML ready-reference guide. The book's main focus is to teach you how to accomplish basic Web page design in HTML. The chapters on forms, tables, and frames will guide you step by step, showing examples of how the HTML code renders in a browser. There are also chapters on images, color, multimedia, and more advanced techniques, such as style sheets and CGI. Throughout these how-to chapters, there are examples of good and bad HTML construction and links to places on the Web for more information.
The Advanced HTML Companion's appendix includes an alphabetical HTML tag reference, which shows proper usage of tags and samples. However, explanations of how the tags work are spread throughout the book, so there are always multiple places to look for each tag. Fortunately, the book has a comprehensive index. Organizational problems aside, the book contains excellent HTML tips and tricks for those willing to wade through the text.About the Author:
Keith Schengili-Roberts is a recognized expert on the Internet and the World Wide Web. He has worked as a Webmaster creating Web sites for both Symantec and its subsidiary, the Delrina Group. Since 1983, Keith has contributed regularly as a writer for Canada's largest computer magazine, The Computer Paper.
Kim Silk-Copeland is the Systems Administrator at The Discovery Channel Canada where she is responsible for designing and maintaining Discovery's science news Web site EXN (http://www.exn.net). She is in the process of completing her Master of Information Studies degree at the University of Toronto. She also teaches a continuing education course on HTML for the Faculty of Information Studies at the University.
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