HTML is a core technology in Web site development and, now that Microsoft Office now supports HTML, more users than ever will need a comprehensive reference and tutorial. All current versions of HTML will remain the standard for at least two years, so this book will have a long shelf-life. Author has been using the previous edition of the textbook for his HTML classes and has incorporated valuable
student input and proven teaching methods into this edition. Covers the latest technologies--XML, SXL, ASP, CDF, and CSS2--as well as the new versions of broswers from Netscape and Microsoft.
Table of contents
Part I: Web Basics.
Introduction to HTML.
Web Publishing. Introduction to Common HTML.
Links and Addressing.
HTML and Images.
Introduction to Layout: Backgrounds, Colors, and Text.
Layout with Tables.
Advanced Layout: Frames and Layers.
HTML and Other Media Types.
Part III: Programming the HTML.
Basic Interactivity and HTML: Forms.
Introduction to Server-Side Programming.
Introduction to Scripting and HTML.
Dynamic HTML (DHTML).
Client-Side Programming and HTML.
Part IV: Site Delivery.
Putting It All Together: Delivering the Web Site.
Part V: New Horizons.
XML: Beyond HTML.
Part VI: Appendices:
A: HTML Element Reference.
B: Style Sheet Reference.
C: Special Characters.
E: Color Names and Hexadecimal Codes.
F: Reading a Document Type Definition.