HTML5 For Dummies eBook Set

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John Wiley & Sons, Dec 19, 2012 - Computers - 2421 pages

Two complete e-books on HTML5 for one low price!

This unique value-priced e-book set brings together two bestselling For Dummies books in a single e-book file. Including a comprehensive table of contents and the full text of each book, complete with cover, this e-book set gives you in-depth information on using HTML and its companion technologies, CSS and XHTML, for developing dynamic web pages. It also includes the handy Quick Reference with step-by-step instructions for using HTML5 for rich Internet applications and mobile sites. Best of all, you'll pay less than the cost of each book purchased separately.

You'll get the complete text of:

HTML, XHTML and CSS All-in-One For Dummies, which covers

  • The fundamentals of HTML, XHTML, and CSS and how they work together
  • Using these technologies to create a fully integrated project
  • Programming dynamic web pages that also incorporate JavaScript, Web 2.0 elements, and Ajax
  • All the latest advancements in web development

HTML5 For Dummies Quick Reference, which shows you how to

  • Use HTML5 to create rich Internet applications
  • Apply HTML5 to mobile sites and rich media
  • Create cool, colorful graphics using the canvas tag and JavaScript
  • Leverage the HTML5 database capabilities

About the author

Andy Harris, a self-taught programmer, is a university computer science instructor, technology consultant, and developer of courses on numerous programming languages.


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Chapter 2 Planning Your Sites
Table of Contents
Whats Next?
Table of Contents
Chapter 5 Making Connections with Links
Chapter 6 Adding Images
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Chapter 4 Working with Arrays
Chapter 5 Using Functions and Session Variables
Chapter 6 Working with Files and Directories
Chapter 7 Connecting to a MySI IL Database

Choosing an Image Format
Summary of Web image formats
Choosing Your Colors
Chapter 2 Styling Text
Cha ter 3 Selectors l s and St
Chapter 4 Borders and Backgrounds
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Chapter 4 Functions Arrays and Objects
Chapter 4 Functions Arrays and Objects
Chapter 5 Talking to the Page
Chapter 5 Talking to the Page
Managing Button Events
Chapter 6 Getting Valid Input
Chapter 7 Animating Your Pages
Reading Input from the Keyboard
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Chapter 3 Normalizing Your Data
Chapter 3 Normalizing Your Data
Chapter 4 Putting Data Together with Joins
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Cha ter 4 Usin the uer r Interface Toolkit
Chapter 5 Improving Usability with jI Query
Chapter 6 Working with AJAX Data
Moving from Pages to Sites
Moving from Pages to Sites
Chapter 3 Introducing Content Management Systems
Chapter 4 Editing Graphics
Chapter 5 Taking Control of Content
Moving on to HTML5
Formatting with
Miscellaneous New JavaScript Features
Picking a Suitable Browser

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