This manual provides advice on HTML and designing Web pages. It discusses layout and design, offers tips and techniques, and reviews of software tools that aid Web creation. The CD-ROM contains sample HTML code, Web page templates, and demonstration Internet software.
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About the Authors Ed Tittel is the author of numerous magazine articles and more than 30 computer books. His other titles include CGI Bible, Intranet Bible, More HTML For Dummies, 2nd Edition, and Networking with NetWare For Dummies, 3rd Edition. Steve James is a full-time freelance writer and computer consultant and the coauthor of several computer books, including More HTML For Dummies, 2nd Edition.
Table of Contents
Introduction. PART I: Building Better Web Pages. Chapter 1: The Web's The Place to Be! Chapter 2: Getting Hyper. Chapter 3: What's in a Page? Chapter 4: Build Your First Web Page. PART II: A Tour of HTML Basics. Chapter 5: What's a Markup Language? Chapter 6: Pigeonholing Page Contents: HTML Categories. Chapter 7: Introducing the Unrepresentable: HTML Entities. Chapter 8: Stick Out Your Neck! HTML Extensions. Chapter 9: Using HTML Tables Effectively. Chapter 10: Building Basic HTML Documents. PART III: Advanced HTML. Chapter 11: Beyond Basics: Adding Flair and Impact to Your Pages. Chapter 12: Going High-Rise: Building Complex Pages. Chapter 13: Strictly Pro Forma: Using Forms for Feedback. Chapter 14: The Map's the Thing! Chapter 15: Navigation Aids. PART IV: Publishing on the Web. Chapter 16: Testing, Testing, 1-2-3. Chapter 17: Going Live with Your Web Site. Chapter 18: What Do the Users Think? PART V: It's Tool Time: HTML Development Tools and Environments. Chapter 19: Tools of the Trade: HTML and Web Publishing Tools. Chapter 20: Using UNIX Uniformly. Chapter 21: More Macintosh Madness. Chapter 22: Webbing Up Windows. PART VI: The Part of Tens. Chapter 23: The Top Ten HTML Dos and Don'ts. Chapter 24: Ten Design Desiderata. Chapter 25: Almost Ten Ways to Exterminate Web Bugs. Chapter 26: Ten "Build or Buy" Tips for Web Services. Appendix: About the CD. Index. Hungry Minds End-User License Agreement. CD Installation Instructions. Book Registration Information.
HTML 3 For Dummies by Ed Tittel
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