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A simple guide to HTML (Simple Guides)

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HTML is still regarded as the most popular and easy to use of the web development tools. Its user base is enormous, and has an extremely high hobbyist user base.
A Simple Guide to HTML offers the reader a brief introduction to the technology and explains some basics of web development. Readers will be able to create simple web pages and basic web sites by following the step by step examples.
HTML has received no major upgrades in recent years, and has become entrenched in the world of web design. This book is the first step for anybody wanting to begin designing web sites.
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9780130088437
ISBN-10: 0130088439
Pagini: 224
Dimensiuni: 210 x 148 x 13 mm
Greutate: 0.63 kg
Ediția: 1
Editura: Pearson Education
Colecția Prentice Hall
Seria Simple Guides

Locul publicării: Harlow, United Kingdom

Cuprins

Introduction xii
What is in this book xii
Conventions and icons xiii
About the authors xiv
 
1 Document structure 1
What is HTML? 2
Why bother with the code at all? 7
A basic page 9
 
<HTML> 12
 
<HEAD> 13
 
<BODY> 13
The other stuff 13
 
<TITLE> 15
A word of warning 15
 
4 Multimedia 57
Sound 58
Video 63
Flash and Shockwave 63
Java applets 64
 
5 Links and image maps 67
HREF 68
Relative path names 69
Absolute path names 70
Linking to Web pages 71
Linking to specific locations 72
Special characters 73
Mailto: 74
Using images as links 75
Image maps 76
 
6 Lists 81
Numbered lists 82
Bulleted lists 87
Margins and padding 127
Backgrounds 129
Borders 131
Text appearance 132
Text alignment 133
Inline styles 134
 
9 Frames 137
What are frames? 138
Target 140
 
<BASE> 144
Framesets 144
 
<FRAME> 146
 
<NOFRAMES> 147
Frame borders 148x
 
10 Forms 151
Why forms? 152
What’s in a form? 152
Buttons 153
Text input 154
Radio buttons 157
Check boxes 158
Resetting values 159
Selections 160
Form methods 162
CGI script 162
 
11 JavaScript and DHTML 165
JavaScript structure 166
Sourcing JavaScript programs 167
Dynamic HTML 169
Dynamic styles 170
Dynamic content 175
Positioning and animation 177
 
12 Meta tags 181
What are meta tags? 182
General tags 184
Format 185
DC tags 187
Other tags 188
 
Appendix: HTML colour equivalents 191
 
Index 197
Graphics and image maps
Style sheets
Tables
Frames
Forms
Metatags
Javascript
and a whole lot more along the way. You’ll find copious screen shots and snippets of code to help you grasp the concepts quickly and easily.

Notă biografică

About the authors
Brian Salter and Naomi Langford-Wood are 21st-century business experts and practical visionaries. Having come from very different backgrounds, they are specialists in all aspects of communication, motivation, strategy and other business issues including the use of Internet technologies and e-business and the building of powerful online communities; and they are leading inter-national speakers in this arena.
Because of these core skills, they have increasingly found their company (Topspin Group – www.topspin-group.com) in demand for advice on the use of emerging technologies within business, and – in the process – recognised that the cornerstone requirement for all of this commenced with conducting client Internet and communications audits, as a prerequisite to creating effective market positioning and customer-focused business strategies for these clients. This approach has led to commissions by companies worldwide – both ‘blue chip’ and SMEs – for high-level consultancies and entrepreneurial flair.
Together, Brian and Naomi help companies realise their full potential by incorporating the new technologies into their business processes as painlessly and profitably as possible whilst looking after each company’s core assets – its people. Founders of The Association of E-Business Professionals (www.e-biz-pro.org), they are also fellows of the Royal Society of Arts and the Institute of Directors.

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