Synopses & Reviews
About the Author
Stephanie Cottrell Bryant has designed Web pages professionally since 1995. She lives in Scotts Valley, California, with her husband John, her cat Allegro, and two retired racing greyhounds named Harry and Hammer. She is an active member of the National Writer's Union Santa Cruz/Monterey Local and served as a delegate in 1998. Mrs. Bryant holds a Bachelor's Degree in Pre- and Early Modern Literature from the University of California, Santa Cruz.
Table of Contents
Welcome to Teach Yourself.
Part I: Getting Started.
Chapter 1: The Basics.
Chapter 2: Building a Simple Web Page.
Chapter 3: Text in HTML.
Chapter 4: Tables.
Chapter 5: Audience and Accessibility.
Part II: Beyond the Basics.
Chapter 6: Images and Image Maps.
Chapter 7: Building Frames.
Chapter 8: Forms.
Chapter 9: Advanced Tags.
Part III: Web Tools.
Chapter 10: Microsoft Internet Explorer.
Chapter 11: Netscape Communicator.
Chapter 12: Web Tools.
Part IV: Other Technologies.
Chapter 13: Style Sheets.
Chapter 14: XML.
Chapter 15: Client-Side Scripting.
Chapter 16: Dynamic HTML in Internet Explorer.
Chapter 17: Dynamic HTML in Netscape Communicator.
Part V: Are You Being Served?
Chapter 18: Web Servers.
Chapter 19: Server-Side Scripting and CGI.
Chapter 20: Server Security.
Part VI: The Web Site as a Whole.
Chapter 21: Document Management.
Chapter 22: Your Own Look and Feel.
Chapter 23: If You Build It.
Appendix A: Personal Workbook Answers.
Appendix B: HTML 4 Reference.
Appendix C: About the CD-ROM.
CD-ROM Installation Instructions.