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Spring into HTML and CSS

Author: Molly E Holzschlag
Publisher: Upper Saddle River, NJ : Addison-Wesley, ©2005.
Series: Spring into--
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
A guide to building Web pages using HTML, XHTML, and CSS covers such topics as constructing templates, adding images and media, building forms, and using HTML tables.

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Additional Physical Format: (DLC) 2005920032
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Molly E Holzschlag
ISBN: 0131855867 9780131855861
OCLC Number: 60319999
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xvi, 316 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: Preface. Acknowledgments. About the Author. About the Series Editor. 1. Building an HTML Page. Declaring and Identifying the Document Adding the html Element The head and title Elements The meta Element The body Element HTML Comments Reviewing the Template Text Is Next! 2. Adding Text and Links. Using Headers Properly Adding Paragraphs Working with Page Breaks Ordered Lists Unordered Lists Nesting Lists Definition Lists The Good Old Link Email Links Intrapage Linking Adding Content to the Template Wrapping It Up 3. Adding Images, Media, and Scripts. The img Element Adding width and height Values Providing Alternative Text Linking the Image Linking to an Audio or Video File Embedding Files Using the object Element But Your Honor, I Object! Adding Scripts Scripting and Browser Concerns Imagine That! 4. Creating Tables. The table Element Adding a Table Row Adding Table Cells Adding Table Headers Adding a Caption Table Summaries Spanning Rows Spanning Columns Combining colspan and rowspan Grouping Table Columns: The col Element Grouping Table Columns with colgroup Grouping Table Rows The Table's Set 5. Building Forms. The form Element Adding an Input Textbox Adding Check Boxes and Radio Buttons Preselecting Checked Items Using Form Menus Working with Text Areas Reset and Submit Buttons Using a Graphic Submit Button Making Forms More Accessible with label Grouping Form Fields Grouping Menu Items Customizing and Advancing Your Forms Now That You're Well-Formed 6. Working with Frames. The Power of Three Creating a Frameset Adding Columns Working with Rows Combining Columns and Rows Margin, Resize, and Scroll Controls Naming and Targeting Frames Frames Without Frontiers Making Frames Accessible with noframes Wonderful Inline Frames You're Framed! 7. Using CSS. CSS Theory Simplified Adding Style Inline Using Embedded Style Creating a Linked Style Sheet Importing Style Sheets Commenting and Formatting CSS Time to Put Your Imagination to Work! 8. Working with Color and Images Using CSS. Color and CSS Adding Color to Backgrounds Spicing Up a Table Using Background Color Attaching a Background Graphic Controlling How Backgrounds Tile Positioning a Background Graphic Fixing and Scrolling Background Images Making a Background Color Transparent CSS Shorthand for Backgrounds Having Fun Yet? 9. Styling Text. Choosing Fonts Applying Font Families to Text Sizing Fonts Font Weight and Style Coloring Text Aligning Text Text Decoration Indenting Text Transforming and Varying Text Setting Line Height Spacing Letters and Words Modifying First-Letter and First-Line Text Using Shorthand for Font Styles Now You're Getting Fancy! 10. Link Effects, Lists, and Navigation. Working with Link States Modifying Link Styles Multiple Link Styles Using Class Selectors Styling Links Using Descendant Selectors Styling Ordered Lists Styling Unordered Lists Shorthand CSS for List Styles List-Based Vertical Navigation Using Color Vertical List Navigation with Image Effects Horizontal List-Based Navigation with Color Horizontal List Navigation with Images Rich Links, Lists, and Navigation 11. Margins, Borders, and Padding. Exploring the Box Model Using Margins Using Negative Margins Margin Shorthand Styling Borders Border Shorthand Using Padding Padding Shorthand Toward Gaining More Control 12. Positioning, Floats, and Z-index. Getting into Position Normal Flow Containing Blocks The Browser Viewport Absolute Positioning: To the Root Element Absolute Positioning: To Another Block Relative Positioning Fixed Positioning Floating Elements Clearing Floats Z-index Just Like a Pro 13. CSS Layouts. Three Columns with Fixed Flanking Menus Three Columns with Masthead and Footer Nested Float Centered Designs Complex Layouts Repeat After Me Appendix A: XHTML 1.0 Annotated Reference. Appendix B: CSS 2.1 Annotated Reference. Index.
Series Title: Spring into--
Other Titles: HTML and CSS
Responsibility: Molly E. Holzschlag.


Aims to offer the details you need to succeed with HTML, XHTML, and CSS in real-world projects. This work teaches you how to build web pages that'll work in any environment, on virtually any modern  Read more...


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