HTML Master Reference, Volume 1

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Wiley, Jun 16, 1999 - Computers - 1359 pages
Covers HTML 4, DOM, and CSS2 specifications! HTML Master Reference The Definitive HTML Reference! Complete and Up-to-Date HTML Master Reference includes explanations for over 1,000 commands — complete with HTML attributes and elements, CSS attributes and descriptors, CDF elements, DOM objects and parameters, values, and Open Software Description specifications. Quick and Easy Find the information you need in record time! This comprehensive reference is organized alphabetically with cross-references throughout. You can look up topics by Concept — Look up Absolute Positioning and find its definition and ways to use related elements or attributes to create CSS-based HTML effects. Element — Look up A and discover its attributes and cross-references to related elements or attributes. See working examples displaying a variety of link situations. Attribute — Look up accesskey and quickly get the values and elements associated with it — and then see it in action. Property — Look up activeElement and explore its syntax and how it can be used to make your documents interact with your viewers. Method — Look up add and learn its syntax, parameters, and collections. Collection — Look up all and check its syntax, parameters, objects, and elements. CD-ROM Inside Over 200 working examples on CD-ROM, plus full-featured software and commercial trial editions, including
  • Macromedia Dreamweaver 2.0
  • NetObjects ScriptBuilder 2.0
  • Allaire HomeSite
  • Hit List Pro
  • Nico Mak WinZip
  • Aladdin Systems Stufflt Expander
  • Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.0
  • Netscape Communicator 4.05
Packed with Examples This unique HTML encyclopedia provides annotated examples for every command and concept, including complete Web sites with graphics and interactive scripts. System Requirements: 90MHz Pentium or better processor with Windows 95/NT4.0 or later; Power Macintosh with Mac OS 7.5.5 or later; 24MB RAM; 2GB hard disk space; VGA or higher resolution; Internet connection Level: Beginning to Advanced Category: HTML/Internet

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HTML Master Reference 1
Appendix A
Appendix C

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About the author (1999)

About the Author Heather Williamson is the owner and manager of Cat's Back Consulting in the Wallowa Valley of Oregon. The author of several books, she specializes in technical writing and training for all ranges of computer users and topics including the Internet, fax technology, data communications, operating systems, and Microsoft Office applications.

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