Synopses & Reviews
"HTML, XHTML, and CSS For the Absolute Beginner" provides beginner level programmers with an entry level introduction to HTML, XHTML and CSS. This book serves as a primer for client-side web development. To make learning fun, the book uses a games-based instructional approach that provides working examples that demonstrate how HTML, XHTML and CSS can be applied to the development of web pages and sites. "HTML, XHTML, and CSS For the Absolute Beginner" is a fun and easy way for a beginner to master web development through the creation of computer games.
About the Author
Jerry Lee Ford, Jr. is an author, educator, and an IT professional with over 19 years of experience in information technology, including roles as an automation analyst, technical manager, technical support analyst, automation engineer, and security analyst. He has a Masters in Business Administration from Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia. Jerry is also the author or co-author of 28 other books including Microsoft Visual Basic 2005 Express Edition Programming for the Absolute Beginner, Microsoft WSH and VBScript programming for the Absolute Beginner, and Microsoft Windows Shell Script Programming for the Absolute Beginner. He has over five years experience as an adjunct instructor teaching networking courses in Information Technology. He lives in Hanover, Virginia with his wife, Mary, and their children Alexander, William, and Molly.
Table of Contents
Introduction Part I: Introducing HTML, XHTML and CSS Chapter 1: Web Page Development 101 Chapter 2: HTML and XHTML Basics Part II: Working with (X)HTML Chapter 3: Creating X(HTML) Document Headings Chapter 4: Adding Content to Your Web Pages Chapter 5: Delving into Images and Links Chapter 6: Designing Tables and Forms Part III: Cascading Style Sheets Chapter 7: An Introduction to Cascading Style Sheets Chapter 8: Digging Deeper into CSS Part IV: Client-Side Scripting Chapter 9: Client-Side Scripting Chapter 10: Building Web Sites Part V: Appendices Appendix A: What's on the Companion Web Site? Appendix B: What Next?