HTML 4 Bible

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Wiley, Aug 3, 2000 - Computers - 792 pages
If HTML 4 can do it, you can do it too...
If the new edition of this comprehensive one-stop guide, author Bryan Pfaffenberger and Bill Karow offer step-by-step guidance on building state-of-the-art Web pages with the newest HTML release, 4.01. From an HTML "Quick Start" to expert advice on Cascading Style Sheets, Web page design, multimedia content, database interactivity, Dynamic HTML, and JavaScript, they explain how to make the most of HTML -- and even deliver tips on rolling HTML into XHTML applications.
Inside, you'll find complete coverage of HTML 4
* Understand the basic structure of an HTML document
* Build DHTML into your Web pages
* Master the correct syntax for the HTML 4.01 standard
* Exploit the new advanced features for creating Cascading Style Sheets
* Liven up your pages with animation
* Incorporate new imagemap options
* Streamline Web site maintenance using expert tips
* Create fully compliant Internet and intranet Web pages
CREATE cross-browser Web pages with HTML 4.01 and validate your code
EXPLOIT new multimedia options to build great-looking Web pages
CONSTRUCT Web pages ready-made for rolling into XHTML applications
Bonus CD-ROM includes
* HTML Tidy source code validator
* Trial version of Dreamweaver 3, Fireworks 3, and Flash 4 from Macromedia, Inc.
* Evaluation version of HomeSite for Windows
* NetObjects Fusion and Script Builder trial versions

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Contents

HTML 4 Quick Start
1
HTML 4 Basics
3
The HTML 4 Way
17
Copyright

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BRYAN PFAFFENBERGER is the author of more than 75 books on computers and the Internet, including the best-selling Discover the Internet. He teaches advanced professional communication and the sociology of computing in the University of Virginia's Division of Technology, Culture, and Communication.

In addition to writing several computer books, BILL KAROW has served as a contributor or technical editor on more than 30 other books. Formerly in charge of systems development for Walt Disney Entertainment, Bill now serves as a computer consultant in the Orlando area when he is not riding his bicycle.

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