HTML in Easy Steps

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Computer Step, 2009 - Computers - 192 pages
HTML in Easy Steps begins with a brief history of HTML and then explains the basic structure of a modern HTML document. The book describes how to incorporate information about a document within its "head" section before moving on to demonstrate how to add its "body" content. Examples show how Cascading Style Sheets can control a webpage's appearance, and readers learn how to create webpages that display text, images, lists, tables, hyperlinks, forms, and multimedia with Windows Media Player, Java Applets, Flash movies, Real Player, and QuickTime. No previous knowledge of any markup language is required for this book, making it ideal for newbies. Each chapter builds on the previous one, so that by the end readers have a thorough understanding of HTML and can create their own interactive websites. This sixth edition is updated for Web 2.0 and includes new examples and screenshots illustrating each aspect of HTML.

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