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How to Use HTML & XHTML (How to Use ...)by Gary Rebholz
Synopses & Reviews
How to Use HTML & XHTML offers a visual, straightforward, and demystifying approach to the technology that currently makes the Web possible. It is carefully organized to visually teach the beginning HTML user what he needs to know to get a Web site up in the shortest time possible.
The book covers the HTML tags that are likely to be used on a beginner's Web page, and it is organized in a logical, step-by step order that reflects the natural progression a new Web page author will follow in developing a Web site with HTML. Unlike so many other books, this book does not treat the mastery of HTML as the ultimate goal, but rather as an all-important foundation upon which people can build their skills in Web development.
Rebholz covers the HTML tags that are commonly used on a beginner's Web page and takes a visual, straightforward, and demystifying approach to the technology that currently makes the Web possible.
About the Author
Gary Rebholz works as a training and development specialist for Sonic Foundry in Madison, Wisconsin. He has been involved with training in the creative services field for over 10 years. He has experience as a graphic designer, copywriter, software trainer, and Web designer.
Rebholz was an early developer of the Sonic Foundry Web site, and has taught numerous HTML classes. Over the past three years, he has demonstrated and taught about Sonic Foundry products in Mexico, Canada, and Europe, as well as many cities across the United States. He has developed and delivered training through books, custom computer applications, the Internet, classroom instruction, and more.
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Table of Contents
Working with Text.
Working with Paragraphs.
Adding Hyperlinks to Text.
Creating and Inserting Web Graphics.
Working with Tables.
Working with the Layout of Your Page.
XHTML and Cascading Style Sheets.
Letting the World See Your Work.
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