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HTML & XHTML. The DEfinitive Guide. 4-th edition
(Author)  O'Reilly & Associates- ISBN0-596-00026-x   - Pages 660
HTML is changing so fast it's almost impossible to keep up with developments. XHTML is HTML 4.0 rewritten in XML; it provides the precision of XML while retaining the flexibility of HTML. HTML & XHTML: The Definitive Guide, 4th Edition, brings it all together. It's the most comprehensive book available on HTML and XHTML today. It covers Netscape Navigator 6.0, Internet Explorer 5.0, HTML 4.01, XHTML 1.0, JavaScript, Style sheets, Layers, and all of the features supported by the popular web browsers. Learning HTML and XHTML is like learning any new language, computer or human. Most students first immerse themselves in examples. Studying others is a natural way to learn, making learning easy and fun. Imitation can take learning only so far, though. It's as easy to learn bad habits through imitation as it is to acquire good ones. The better way to become HTML-fluent is through a comprehensive reference that covers the language syntax, semantics, and variations in detail and demonstrates the difference between good and bad usage. HTML & XHTML: The Definitive Guide, 4th Edition, helps in both ways: the authors cover every element of HTML/XHTML in detail, explaining how each element works and how it interacts with other elements. Many hints about HTML/XHTML style smooth the way for writing documents that range from simple online documentation to complex presentations. With hundreds of examples, the book gives web authors models for writing their own effective web pages and for mastering advanced features, like style sheets and frames. HTML & XHTML: The Definitive Guide, 4th Edition, shows how to: Implement the XHTML 1.0 standard and prepare web pages for the transition to XML browsers Use style sheets and layers to control a document's appearance Create tables, from simple to complex Use frames to coordinate sets of documents Design and build interactive forms and dynamic documents Insert images, sound files, video, Java applets, and JavaScript programs Create documents that look good on a variety of browsers Use new features to support multiple languages The book comes with a handy quick reference card listing HTML tags.
The HTML 4 Programmer's Reference: All Platforms

(Author) Ventana Communications Group Inc.- ISBN   1-56604-730-7    - Pages 311
Organized by HTML tag and attribute name. Covers all HTML language standards for Netscape Navigator 4, Microsoft Internet Explorer 4, HTML 4 and the latest Microsoft WebTV. Describes every HTML tag, attribute and value in detail.
HTML & Web Design Tips & Techniques

(Author) Osborne/McGrawHill.- ISBN    0-07-219394-8      - Pages 666
In the lightning-paced world of the Internet, Web designers and developers need quick answers and fast solutions. This information-packed guide provides rapid access to information on every aspect of HTML, multimedia and streaming video, Web applications, and e-commerce. Plus--learn the very best ways to foster optimization and usability, make your site search engine-friendly, and integrate technologies such as Java Applets, ActiveX Objects, JavaScript, ASP, and PHP 4. With more than 300 real-world, proven tips and techniques for immediate use, HTML & Web Design Tips & Techniques is the quintessential desktop reference.

HTML 4.01 Programmer's Reference

(Author) Wrox Press.- ISBN    1-861005-33-4      - Pages 780
HTML is the language of the web. If you need to build a web page, then you'll have to start with HTML. The most recent specification: HTML 4.01 defines several new features including expanded support for multimedia, style sheets (including aural style sheets, and the new CSS specifications), scripting, and new accessibility and internationalization standards. HTML 4.01 also includes updated support for familiar features such as text formatting, hyperlinking, forms, frames, and tables, and supports the very latest browser versions including Internet Explorer 6, Netscape 6 and Opera 5.


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