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Mastering HTML and XHTML (02 Edition)by Eric J. Ray
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Master the Core of All Web Development—And Prepare for theFuture
About the Author
Eric Ray and Deborah Ray are the award-winning coauthors of more than 10 computer books, including Mastering HTML, Mastering HTML Premium Edition, Dummies 101: HTML, and, HTML for Dummies Quick Reference.They have also published a variety of articles and conducted HTML and Internet-related training courses. Eric is a Senior Technical Writer at Sun. Deborah is the lead author/editor for Technical Communication Journal.
Table of Contents
Part 1: Getting Started.
Chapter 1: Getting Acquainted with HTML and XHTML.
Chapter 2: Creating Your First HTML or XHTML Document.
Chapter 3: Linking Your Documents.
Chapter 4: Including Images.
Part 2: Advancing Your Skills.
Chapter 5: Developing Tables.
Chapter 6: Developing Forms.
Chapter 7: Creating Frames.
Chapter 8: Converting HTML to XHTML.
Part 3: Moving Beyond Pure HTML and XHTML.
Chapter 9: Using Style Sheets.
Chapter 11: Including Multimedia.
Part 4: Developing Web Sites.
Chapter 12: Planning for a Coherent, Usable, Maintainable, and Accessible Web Site.
Chapter 13: Implementing a Good Web Site.
Chapter 14: Tips for Web Sites: Public, Personal, and Intranet.
Chapter 15: Publishing Your XHTML Documents.
Part 5: Applying HTML and XHTML to Advanced Applications.
Chapter 16: Bringing Pages to Life with Dynamic HTML and XHTML.
Chapter 17: Generating HTML or XHTML from a Database.
Chapter 18: Making Your Web Site Searchable.
Part 6: HTML and XHTML Development Tools.
Chapter 19: Choosing Development Tools.
Chapter 20: Validating HTML and XHTML Documents.
Part 7: A Bridge to XML.
Chapter 21: An Overview ofXML.
Chapter 22: Extending XHTML Using Namespaces.
Chapter 23: Getting Started with DTDs.
Chapter 24: Creating a DTD.
Chapter 25: XHTML 1.1 and XHTML Modularization.
Part 8: The XML Family of Applications.
Chapter 26: XSLT: Extensible Stylesheet Language Transformations.
Chapter 27: SMIL.
Chapter 28: XML Tree Model Reference.
Chapter 29: XML Schemas.
Part 9: Master?s Reference.
Master?s Reference Part 1: HTML and XHTML Elements and Attributes.
Master?s Reference Part 2: Cascading Style Sheets Reference.
Master?s Reference Part 3: Scripting Reference.
Master?s Reference Part 4: HTML and XHTML Special Characters.
Master?s Reference Part 5: Color Codes.
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