HTML and XHTML Demystified is a hands-on tutorial that gives you thorough guidance on required Web design techniques and technologies. The book also functions as a useful supplement for textbooks and classroom activities by focusing on the essentials and the most useful tags and properties, while avoiding unnecessary details.
Learn to create Web pages, add graphics and links, create tables and frames, integrate forms, and more. Each chapter features valid HTML that follows all of the rules set by the W3C and incorporates the latest standards for. Web designers need to write pages that are accessible to all users, so each chapter is coded to address the accessibility requirements from the Americans with Disabilities Act and to allow the use of non-English characters.
HTML and XHTML Demystified
Covers HTML, XHTML, HTML5, and
Develops two stand-alone examples per chapter: one created by the author; the other for you to practice
Helps you recognize and resolve common HTML errors
Includes end-of-chapter quizzes and a final exam to reinforce learning
HTML and The Web; Your First Web Pages; Inserting Graphics; Creating Hyperlinks; Using Lists; Building Tables; Gathering Data with Forms; Page Layout; Scripting; DHTML; Effectively Using Multimedia; Using Frames; Creating a Web Site
About the Author
Lee Cottrell is a computer teacher at the Bradford School. He has been creating Web pages with HTML since 1993 and teaching it to students for more than 12 years. Throughout this time, Cottrell has learned how to effectively describe HTML’s core elements.
Paperback: 398 pages
Publisher: McGraw-Hill (November, 2010)
File Size: 16.7 MiB