HTML, XHTML, and CSS bible

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Wiley Pub., Jul 23, 2004 - Computers - 790 pages
  • An expanded, updated, and retitled edition of HTML Bible, examining HTML, XHTML-a set of extensions to HTML to make it more like XML-and cascading style sheets (CSS), which provide a simple way to add consistent formatting to HTML Web documents
  • Focusing on reader feedback and changing industry trends, this new edition is a major overhaul that addresses the extensive changes in Web development
  • Shows readers the best, most efficient way to use HTML and examines which peripheral technologies are worth learning for the long run
  • Features "before and after" pictures that show the results of improved Web page coding
  • Offers continued coverage of key topics, including site administration, dynamic data-driven pages, and many others, in addition to new sections on hot new topics such as blogs and content management

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User Review  - neiljohnford - LibraryThing

This is more or less a permanent fixture on my desk at the moment. If you already know a bit of HTML and just need a bit of a refresher and a desk reference for looking up tags, attributes, etc then ... Read full review

Great book!

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This book is great for beginners or for ones who have been developing or maintaining web sites! Great tool to have in your computer library. Read full review

Contents

UnderstandingXHTML
1
What Is CSS?
10
Introducing the Web and HTML
11
Copyright

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About the author (2004)

Bryan Pfaffenberger is the author of more than 75 books on computers and the Internet, including the best-selling Discover the Internet, from IDG Books Worldwide. He teaches advanced professional communication and the sociology of computing in the University of Virginia’s Division of Technology, Culture, and Communication. Bryan lives in Charlottesville, Virginia, with his family and an extremely spoiled cat.

Steven M. Schafer is a veteran of technology and publishing. He programs in several languages, works with a variety of technologies, and has been published in several technical publications and articles. He currently is the COOO/CTO for Progeny, and open source-based service and support company. Steven can be reach by e-mail at sschafer@synergy-tech.com.

Chuck White is a Web development professional who has written numerous articles and books on Web development, including Mastering XSLT and Developing Killer Web Apps with Dreamweaver MX and C#, and tutorials for IBM DeveloperWorks. His first published work on CSS was for Web Techniques magazine in 1997, and he has been working with large and small Web sites since 1996. He is currently a Web software engineer at eBay.

Bill Karow, in addition to writing several computer books, 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’s not out riding his bicycle. He also has the distinction of having stood atop many of the buildings at Walt Disney World, fanfare trumpet in hand (with their permission).

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