Principles of Web Design

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Course Technology, a division of Thomson Learning, Oct 24, 2002 - Computers - 358 pages
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This is the newest edition of Joel Sklar's Principles of Web Design! This text will help your students plan and develop well designed Web sites that combine effective navigation with the balanced use of graphics, text, and color. New features included in this latest version include increased coverage of HTML Forms, more complete code samples throughout, and more coverage of XHTML. Screen shots and browser information have been updated to reflect the latest, most current Web trends and technology.

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CHAPTER THREE
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Joel Sklar is an instructional designer and technical trainer specializing in HTML, XML, and Web technologies. He has taught markup languages and Web design to thousands of technical professionals in the New England area. Joel's consulting business offers a range of technical and design classes as well as customized courseware and e-learning development. Known for his lively hands-on demonstrations, Joel has presented at Web and technical conferences throughout the United States.

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