Creating Cool Web Sites with HTML, XHTML, and CSS

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John Wiley & Sons, May 3, 2004 - Computers - 429 pages
  • Walks readers through the process of creating a basic Web site from scratch using HMTL, the basis for billions of Web pages, and then jazzing it up with advanced techniques from the author's award-winning sites
  • This updated edition features new material that shows readers how to attract visitors to a site and keep them there, including new JavaScript examples and coverage of cascading style sheets and XHTML, technologies that make building successful Web sites even easier
  • Also features exciting new tips and tricks for beginning and advanced users, as well as more expanded examples and samples for users to incorporate in their own sites
  • The book moves from basic design and deployment to advanced page layout strategies, showing how to spice up new or existing sites with sound, video, and animation
 

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Contents

Part I Building a Wicked Cool Web Page
1
Part II Rockin Page Design Strategies
157
Part III Expanding Your Page into a Web Site
307
Closing Thoughts
371
Appendix A StepbyStep Web Site Planning Guide
373
Appendix B Finding a Home for Your Web Site
379
Index
385
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Dave Taylor is president of Intuitive Systems and a bestselling computer book author. He is a top-rated speaker and teacher and has designed dozens of commercial and educational Web sites, including GrowingVentures.com, SherlockWorld.com, and Trivial.net.

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