Mastering integrated HTML and CSS. (CD-ROM included).
Mastering integrated HTML and CSS. (CD-ROM included)
John Wiley & Sons
Rather than take the common approach of describing the mechanics and use of Extensible Hypertext Markup Language (XHTML) prior to discussion of Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), website designer DeBolt believes the two Web design specifications should be taught at the same time in a unified manner such that the reader comes away with an understanding of the XHTML can be structured so that its content works well with CSS when the content is ready to be styled. Her chapters cover the placement of CSS style rules, page basics, headings and heading styles, page divisions, paragraphs and text styles, links and link styles, multimedia and images, lists and list styles, tables and table styles, forms and form styles, publish and testing pages, CSS for weblogs, design basics, design for handheld devices, and writing CSS with Dreamweaver 8. The CD-ROM contains various files needed to follow the textual instruction and a simple HTML page to use for styling practice.
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|Publication:||SciTech Book News|
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|Date:||Jun 1, 2007|
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