HTML 4.0: User's Resource

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Prentice Hall PTR, 1998 - Computers - 387 pages
The first complete, serious tutorial for HTML 4.0 and Dynamic HTML!
-- Walk step-by-step through building a Web page with HTML 4.0.
-- Quick reference section lists every HTML tag and which browsers recognize them -- Netscape, Microsoft or both.
-- Powerful Web page scripting with VBScript and JavaScript.
-- Style sheets, layers, frames, forms and much more.

HTML 4.0 is here -- and features like Dynamic HTML represent a breakthrough in flexibility for anyone interested in building state-of-the-art, efficient Web and intranet sites. Whether you're in an environment that supports Netscape, Microsoft or both, this serious tutorial will help you leverage the full power of HTML 4.0 -- fast. It covers every essential element of HTML 4.0, showing how to work effectively with text, images, multimedia, lists, images and image maps, forms, frames and other fundamental HTML features. Next, you'll move on to detailed explanations of style sheets, Dynamic HTML and other powerful new features specific to the new standard. Discover how to use VBScript or JavaScript to automate your pages, and how to work around incompatibilities between Microsoft and Netscape implementations of HTML 4.0. Whether you're new to HTML altogether, or migrating from HTML 3.2, this book delivers the practical information you need to be effective right away.

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About the author (1998)

William H. Murray and Chris H. Pappas are Professors of Computer Science at the BCC Campus of the State University of New York, Binghamton. Over the past ten years, they have written over two dozen books about computer programming, covering topics ranging from assembly language to Java and C++, Windows 95, Windows NT and the Microsoft Foundation Class Library, including Visual Basic Programming with the Windows API, recently published by Prentice Hall.

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