Xhtml: Introductory

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Thomson/Course Technology, 2003 - Computers - 440 pages
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Finally, an introductory textbook from the Web Warrior series that covers both HTML and XHTML! Providing students with a tool that not only teaches the basics of HTML, but also prepares them for the eventual migration to XHTML, this book is perfect for the student who can utilize their core HTML skills to develop XHTML pages. XHTML, the integration of XML with HTML 4, makes it easier to create and update Web pages while offering more flexibility because of its platform-independent design. Thus, applications running over PDAs, cell phones and televisions will stay consistent in their presentation. Furthermore, the importance of XHTML as an essential Web development tool has been reinforced because it has been chosen to replace HTML as the default Web tool by the World Wide Web.

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Don Gosselin, is a technical communications expert with more than 20 years of experience. His extensive technology background includes application development, technical writing, training, management, and curriculum development. In addition to this book, he has written or contributed to textbooks on Java programming, Microsoft Visual C++, web design technologies, JavaScript, PHP programming with MySQL, ASP.NET programming with SQL Server, HTML, and XHTML.

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