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Html & XHTML the Definitive Guide 4TH Editionby Chuck Musciano
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This guide to creating web documents using HTML and XHTML starts with basic syntax and semantics, and finishes with broad style guidelines for designing accessible documents that can be delivered to a browser. Links, formatted lists, cascading style sheets, forms, tables, and frames are covered. The fourth edition is updated to HTML 4.01 and XHTML 1.0.
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Updated for XHTML, the fourth edition of our popular HTML guideis fullof examples, sample code, and practical hands-on advicefor creating truly effective web pages and mastering advanced features.Web authors learn how to insert images and othermultimedia elements, create useful links and searchable documents, use extensions, design great forms, and much more. This complete guide describes basic syntax and semantics and showshow to create beautiful, informative, and dynamic web documents.The authors cover every element of the currently accepted version of the language and explain how each element works and interacts with all the other elements. They've also included a style guide that shows how best to use HTML/XHTML to accomplish a variety of tasks, from simple online documentation to complex presentations.
About the Author
Musciano has a B.S. from Georgia Tech and has written on Unix and Web-related topics.
Bill Kennedy is the artistic director of the Scream Literary Festival, a poetry editor for Coach House Books, and an organizer of the Lexiconjury Reading Series. Darren Wershler-Henry teaches communication studies at Wilfrid Laurier University and is the author of "Free as in Speech and Beer" and "The Tapeworm Foundry," They both live in Toronto.
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