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HTML & XHTML: The Definitive Guide, 5th Edition
By Bill Kennedy, Chuck Musciano
 
Pub Date : August 2002
Pages : 670
Slots : 1  


    Dedication
    Preface
      Our Audience
      Text Conventions
      Versions and Semantics
      HTML Versus XHTML
      Comments and Questions
      Acknowledgments
   
    Chapter 1.  HTML, XHTML, and the World Wide Web
      Section 1.1.  The Internet
      Section 1.2.  Talking the Internet Talk
      Section 1.3.  HTML and XHTML: What They Are
      Section 1.4.  HTML and XHTML: What They Aren't
      Section 1.5.  Standards and Extensions
      Section 1.6.  Tools for the Web Designer
   
    Chapter 2.  Quick Start
      Section 2.1.  Writing Tools
      Section 2.2.  A First HTML Document
      Section 2.3.  Embedded Tags
      Section 2.4.  HTML Skeleton
      Section 2.5.  The Flesh on an HTML or XHTML Document
      Section 2.6.  Text
      Section 2.7.  Hyperlinks
      Section 2.8.  Images Are Special
      Section 2.9.  Lists, Searchable Documents, and Forms
      Section 2.10.  Tables
      Section 2.11.  Frames
      Section 2.12.  Style Sheets and JavaScript
      Section 2.13.  Forging Ahead
   
    Chapter 3.  Anatomy of an HTML Document
      Section 3.1.  Appearances Can Deceive
      Section 3.2.  Structure of an HTML Document
      Section 3.3.  Tags and Attributes
      Section 3.4.  Well-Formed Documents and XHTML
      Section 3.5.  Document Content
      Section 3.6.  HTML/XHTML Document Elements
      Section 3.7.  The Document Header
      Section 3.8.  The Document Body
      Section 3.9.  Editorial Markup
      Section 3.10.  The <bdo> Tag
   
    Chapter 4.  Text Basics
      Section 4.1.  Divisions and Paragraphs
      Section 4.2.  Headings
      Section 4.3.  Changing Text Appearance and Meaning
      Section 4.4.  Content-Based Style Tags
      Section 4.5.  Physical Style Tags
      Section 4.6.  Precise Spacing and Layout
      Section 4.7.  Block Quotes
      Section 4.8.  Addresses
      Section 4.9.  Special Character Encoding
      Section 4.10.  HTML's Obsolete Expanded Font Handling
   
    Chapter 5.  Rules, Images, and Multimedia
      Section 5.1.  Horizontal Rules
      Section 5.2.  Inserting Images in Your Documents
      Section 5.3.  Document Colors and Background Images
      Section 5.4.  Background Audio
      Section 5.5.  Animated Text
      Section 5.6.  Other Multimedia Content
   
    Chapter 6.  Links and Webs
      Section 6.1.  Hypertext Basics
      Section 6.2.  Referencing Documents: The URL
      Section 6.3.  Creating Hyperlinks
      Section 6.4.  Creating Effective Links
      Section 6.5.  Mouse-Sensitive Images
      Section 6.6.  Creating Searchable Documents
      Section 6.7.  Relationships
      Section 6.8.  Supporting Document Automation
   
    Chapter 7.  Formatted Lists
      Section 7.1.  Unordered Lists
      Section 7.2.  Ordered Lists
      Section 7.3.  The <li> Tag
      Section 7.4.  Nesting Lists
      Section 7.5.  Definition Lists
      Section 7.6.  Appropriate List Usage
      Section 7.7.  Directory Lists
      Section 7.8.  Menu Lists
   
    Chapter 8.  Cascading Style Sheets
      Section 8.1.  The Elements of Styles
      Section 8.2.  Style Syntax
      Section 8.3.  Style Classes
      Section 8.4.  Style Properties
      Section 8.5.  Tagless Styles: The <span> Tag
      Section 8.6.  Applying Styles to Documents
   
    Chapter 9.  Forms
      Section 9.1.  Form Fundamentals
      Section 9.2.  The <form> Tag
      Section 9.3.  A Simple Form Example
      Section 9.4.  Using Email to Collect Form Data
      Section 9.5.  The <input> Tag
      Section 9.6.  The <button> Tag
      Section 9.7.  Multiline Text Areas
      Section 9.8.  Multiple Choice Elements
      Section 9.9.  General Form-Control Attributes
      Section 9.10.  Labeling and Grouping Form Elements
      Section 9.11.  Creating Effective Forms
      Section 9.12.  Forms Programming
   
    Chapter 10.  Tables
      Section 10.1.  The Standard Table Model
      Section 10.2.  Basic Table Tags
      Section 10.3.  Advanced Table Tags
      Section 10.4.  Beyond Ordinary Tables
   
    Chapter 11.  Frames
      Section 11.1.  An Overview of Frames
      Section 11.2.  Frame Tags
      Section 11.3.  Frame Layout
      Section 11.4.  Frame Contents
      Section 11.5.  The <noframes> Tag
      Section 11.6.  Inline Frames
      Section 11.7.  Named Frame or Window Targets
   
    Chapter 12.  Executable Content
      Section 12.1.  Applets and Objects
      Section 12.2.  Embedded Content
      Section 12.3.  JavaScript
      Section 12.4.  JavaScript Style Sheets (Antiquated)
   
    Chapter 13.  Dynamic Documents
      Section 13.1.  An Overview of Dynamic Documents
      Section 13.2.  Client-Pull Documents
      Section 13.3.  Server -Push Documents
   
    Chapter 14.  Netscape Layout Extensions
      Section 14.1.  Creating Whitespace
      Section 14.2.  Multicolumn Layout
      Section 14.3.  Layers
   
    Chapter 15.  XML
      Section 15.1.  Languages and Metalanguages
      Section 15.2.  Documents and DTDs
      Section 15.3.  Understanding XML DTDs
      Section 15.4.  Element Grammar
      Section 15.5.  Element Attributes
      Section 15.6.  Conditional Sections
      Section 15.7.  Building an XML DTD
      Section 15.8.  Using XML
   
    Chapter 16.  XHTML
      Section 16.1.  Why XHTML?
      Section 16.2.  Creating XHTML Documents
      Section 16.3.  HTML Versus XHTML
      Section 16.4.  XHTML 1.1
      Section 16.5.  Should You Use XHTML?
   
    Chapter 17.  Tips, Tricks, and Hacks
      Section 17.1.  Top of the Tips
      Section 17.2.  Cleaning Up After Your HTML Editor
      Section 17.3.  Tricks with Tables
      Section 17.4.  Transparent Images
      Section 17.5.  Tricks with Windows and Frames
   
    Appendix A.  HTML Grammar
      Section A.1.  Grammatical Conventions
      Section A.2.  The Grammar
   
    Appendix B.  HTML/XHTML Tag Quick Reference
      Section B.1.  Core Attributes
      Section B.2.  HTML Quick Reference
   
    Appendix C.  Cascading Style Sheet Properties Quick Reference
    Appendix D.  The HTML 4.01 DTD
    Appendix E.  The XHTML 1.0 DTD
    Appendix F.  Character Entities
    Appendix G.  Color Names and Values
      Section G.1.  Color Values
      Section G.2.  Color Names
      Section G.3.  The Standard Color Map
   
    Colophon
    Index
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