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The Ultimate HTML Referenceby Ian Lloyd
Synopses & Reviews
Sitting at the foundation of every site is HTML. It's the only language that's essential to a web site's very existence. On the surface HTML may seem simple but there's much more to it that meets the eye. With different versions, many infrequently used elements and attributes, and varying ways that browsers interpret the language, only a comprehensive and up-to-date reference, like this book, has it completely covered.
The Ultimate HTML Reference is your definitive resource for mastering HTML. The entire language is clearly and concisely covered, along with browser compatibility details, working examples, and easy-to-read descriptions. Authored by one of the world's most renowned HTML experts, this is a comprehensive reference that you'll come back to time and time again.
This cross-referenced, easy-to-use book covers:
Book News Annotation:
Lloyd (Accessify.com) is a recognized expert in the field of web development and standards, and he has written this reference guide to the HTML language for both programmers and fellow web developers. The author stresses the simplicity of this programming language, and at the same time reveals hidden features that allow HTML to be interpreted differently according each browser. Step-by-step instruction and plenty of print screens allow the reader to explore every element and attribute of the language, and plenty of exercises and examples are supplied that illustrate the flexibility of HTML as well. Annotation ©2008 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
"The Ultimate HTML Reference" is just that" comprehensive, authoritative, and completely up-to-date. The book covers: Every element in the HTML and XHTML Specifications, including an example of its correct use Coverage of depreciated elements and those from the upcoming HTML 5 specification The popular microformats so you can future-proof your website Detailed browser compatibility information for every element will save you hours of painful debugging and frustration
Comprehensive, authoritative, and completely up-to-date, this edition coversevery element in the HTML and XHTML specifications, including an example of its correct use, and provides detailed browser compatibility information that can eliminate hours of painful debugging and frustration.
Written by the author of SitePoint's raved about beginner's HTML book, this reference guide takes HTML learning to the next level.
The bulk of the book consists of a detailed reference covering each and every element in the HTML and XHTML specifications, inluding depreciated elements and those from HTML 5 which are likely to be implemented in the near future.
Each element will have an example of its use, notes on browser implementations and compatability issues, as well as gotcha's which can cause frustration.
Included in this title will be coverage of the popular microformats, such as hCard, hCalendar and hReview.
About the Author
Ian Lloyd runs Accessify.com, a site dedicated to promoting web accessibility and providing tools for web developers. His personal site 'Blog Standard Stuff', ironically, has nothing to do with standards for blogs (it's a play on words), although there is an occasional standards-related gem to be found there.
Ian works full-time for Nationwide Building Society where he tries his hardest to influence standards-based design ("to varying degrees!"). He is a member of the Web Standards Project, contributing to the Accessibility Task Force. Web standards and accessibility aside, he enjoys writing about his trips abroad and recently took a 'year out' from work and all things web (but then ended up writing more in his year off than he ever has). He finds most of his time being taken up by a demanding old lady (relax, it's only his old Volkswagen camper van).
Ian recently wrote his first book for SitePoint entitled 'Build Your First Web Site the Right Way with HTML and CSS' (in which he teaches web standards-based design to the complete beginner).
Table of Contents
PrefaceChapter 1: HTML ConceptsChapter 2: Structural ElementsChapter 3: Head ElementsChapter 4: List ElementsChapter 5: Text Formatting ElementsChapter 6: Form ElementsChapter 7: Image and Media ElementsChapter 8: Table ElementsChapter 9: Frame and Window ElementsChapter 10: Common AttributesDeprecated ElementsProprietary & Nonstandard ElementsAlphabetic Element Index
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