Synopses & Reviews
This text offers a new approach to teaching HTML, XHTML and Cascading Styles Sheets (CSS). Beginning Web programming learners will get additional coverage and understanding of HTML, XHTML and CSS that combines reference, practice, and reinforcement all into one easy-to-understand text. CSS material is integrated throughout the HTML and XHTML content to give learners a cohesive understanding of how all the parts work together in creating and designing Web pages.
NEW PERSPECTIVES ON BLENDED HTML, XHTML, AND CSS provides you with beginning Web programming skills with in-depth coverage of CSS and its use with HTML and XHTML. With the New Perspectives proven pedagogy, you will think critically and understand WHY you're learning WHAT you're learning.
About the Author
Professor Henry Bojack has been teaching at the college level for more than 25 years. He is currently the Acting Chair of the Business and Management of Technology Department at Farmingdale State College in Long Island, NY. Professor Bojack is a past winner of the Farmingdale Foundation Award for Teaching Excellence. He teaches courses in Office applications. Management Information Systems, and Web page authoring.
Table of Contents
Tutorial 1: Using XHTML to Create Web Pages. Tutorial 2: Introducing Cascading Style Sheets. Tutorial 3: Using Classes and External Style Sheets. Tutorial 4: Working with the Box Model. Tutorial 5: Creating Fixed Layouts. Tutorial 6: Creating Liquid Layouts. Tutorial 7: Using Links to Navigate the Web. Tutorial 8: Adding Data, Sound, and Video to a Web Page. Tutorial 9: Creating Forms. Appendix A: Colors by Name and Hexadecimal Value. Appendix B: Named Character Entities. Appendix C: Numeric Character Entities. Appendix D: HTML Elements. Appendix E: CSS 2.1 Properties and Values.