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Title:
HTML : the complete reference
Author:
Powell, Thomas A., 1968-
Personal Author:
Edition:
Third edition.
Publication Information:
Berkeley, Calif. : Osborne/McGraw Hill, [2001]

©2001
Physical Description:
xxiv, 1208 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
General Note:
"Covers HTML 4.01 and XHTML 1.0 including individual tags, presentation and layout; explains how to use CSS1 & 2 to enhance page layout with backgrounds, color, and multimedia; contains updated material for Netscape Navigator 6 and Internet Explorer 5.5"--Cover.

Includes Index.

"212951-4"--Spine.
Language:
English
ISBN:
9780072129519
Format :
Book

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Author Notes

Thomas A. Powell is the president and founder of Powell Internet Consulting, LLC (www.pint.com), a recognized leader in Web site development and Internet publishing. Powell has developed several Internet publishing courses, including the UCSD Extension Web Publishing Certificate Program. He writes for numerous periodicals, including Network World, and lectures regularly on topics such as the Internet. Web site design, and how to establish a Web presence.


Table of Contents

Acknowledgmentsp. xxiii
Part I Introduction
1 Introduction to HTML and XHTMLp. 3
2 Web Development Overviewp. 31
Part II Core HTML
3 Core Elementsp. 65
Part III Presentation and Layout
5 HTML and Imagesp. 163
6 Basic Layout: Text, Colors, and Backgroundsp. 195
7 Layout with Tablesp. 231
8 Framesp. 265
9 HTML and Multimediap. 285
10 Style Sheetsp. 313
Part IV Programming and HTML
11 Basic Interactivity and HTML: Formsp. 403
12 Introduction to Server-Side Programmingp. 451
13 Introduction to JavaScript and DHTMLp. 495
14 Client-Side Programming: Plug-ins, ActiveX, and Javap. 537
Part V Site Delivery and Management
15 Site Deliveryp. 567
16 Site Managementp. 601
Part VI Advanced Topics
17 XML: Beyond HTMLp. 629
18 Future Directionsp. 661
A HTML Element Referencep. 673
XHTML Compatibilityp. 674
Core Attributes Referencep. 677
Language Referencep. 679
Events Referencep. 679
HTML Element Referencep. 688
B Style Sheet Referencep. 983
Style Sheet Termsp. 984
Pseudo-Classesp. 989
Pseudo-Elementsp. 990
Miscellaneousp. 990
Fontsp. 991
Textp. 1005
Colors and Backgroundsp. 1011
Layoutp. 1024
Classificationp. 1039
CSS2 Propertiesp. 1046
CSS2 Layers and Positioningp. 1050
Microsoft Extensions to CSSp. 1058
Style Sheet Measurement Valuesp. 1066
Style Sheet Color Valuesp. 1069
C Special Charactersp. 1071
"Standard" HTML Character Entitiesp. 1072
HTML 4.0 Character Entitiesp. 1093
D Fontsp. 1103
Fonts for Microsoft Platforms and Browsersp. 1104
Fonts for Apple Macintosh System 7p. 1105
Fonts Added to Apple Macintosh System 8.0p. 1106
Fonts Added to Apple Macintosh System 8.5p. 1106
Microsoft Fonts for Macintosh Internet Explorerp. 1106
Fonts for Unix Systemsp. 1106
E Color Referencep. 1109
Browser-Safe Colorsp. 1110
Color Names and Numerical Equivalentsp. 1112
F Reading a Document Type Definitionp. 1119
Element Type Declarationsp. 1120
Occurrence Indicatorsp. 1121
Logical Connectorsp. 1121
Content Exclusionp. 1122
Content Inclusionp. 1122
Attribute Declarationsp. 1123
SGML Keywordsp. 1123
Parameter Entitiesp. 1124
General Entitiesp. 1124
Commentsp. 1125
Marked Section Declarationp. 1125
HTML 4.01 Transitional DTDp. 1126
HTML 4.0 Strict DTDp. 1149
HTML 4.0 Frameset DTDp. 1168
Indexp. 1171

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