Synopses & Reviews
This exciting and much anticipated third edition is updated to bring students the latest in HTML, conforming to XML and XHTML coding standards. Part of the Illustrated Series, this text offers a quick, visual, step-by-step approach for learning how to create, format, and enhance a Web page using HTML. The completely new real-world case scenarios and new content are sure to help your students grasp key HTML skills.
Students learn how to create a Web page using HTML, format the page, add graphics to the page, and create forms with this highly visual, step-by-step introduction to HTML.
About the Author
Vicki L Cox teaches a variety of online and traditional courses including HTML, Dreamweaver, FrontPage, Adobe Photoshop and ImageReady, Internet Business Strategies, Designing Effective Web Sites, Advanced Web Authoring, and Adobe Acrobat at Laramie County Community College in Cheyenne, Wyoming. During her free time, Vicki enjoys traveling and water sports. Lynn Wermers is a professor and the chair of the Computer Science Department at North Shore Community College in Massachusetts. She also coordinates the computer applications courses for the Verizon Next Step program, and serves as a math consultant for the School of Professional and Continuing Studies at Northeastern University. Elizabeth Eisner Reding has authored many books for Cengage Learning on a variety of software programs, including Adobe Photoshop, Microsoft Office, and Microsoft Publisher. Living in New Mexico with her husband, she spends her free time grilling, water gardening, road and mountain biking, and collecting Southwestern art.
Table of Contents
Unit A: Creating an HTML Document. Unit B: Creating Links. Unit C: Formatting Text with HTML. Unit D: Adding Graphics and Multimedia. Unit E: Formatting Pages with Cascading Style Sheets. Unit F: Working with Tables. Unit G: Using Forms to Control Input. Unit H: Controlling Page Layout. Unit I: Designing Web Pages. Unit J: Scripting for HTML. Unit K: Working with Dynamic HTML (DHTML). Unit L: Controlling Content Dynamically. Unit M: Positioning with DHTML. Unit N: Implementing Advanced DHTML Features. Unit O: Structuring Data with XML. Appendix.