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Learn HTML and CSS with w3Schools

  • ID: 2251699
  • Book
  • May 2010
  • 240 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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There′s no faster, easier way to learn HTML and CSS

If you want to start creating Web pages right away, there′s no better way to get started than by learning HTML and CSS. w3schools has perfected a straightforward tutorial approach that gives you what you need to know in manageable lessons, liberally supported with examples. You′ll find that tried–and–true format in this book, along with a detailed reference section that you will use again and again.

You will learn:

  • Basics of HTML tags and how to get started

  • How to format text

  • HTML links, lists, tables, styles, and images

  • Layout, frames, and fonts

  • The advantages of HTML 4.0

  • HTML CSS styles

  • Meta elements, URLs, scripts, and attributes

Learn HTML the quick and easy way, from the experts at w3schools

  • Create Web pages

  • Format text

  • Apply styles

  • Add tables & lists

  • Format with CSS

  • Link pages

  • Build forms

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Section I: HTML Basic.

Chapter 1: HTML Getting Started.

Chapter 2: HTML Fundamentals.

Chapter 3: HTML Elements.

Chapter 4: HTML Attributes.

Chapter 5: HTML Headings, Rules, & Comments.

Chapter 6: HTML Paragraphs.

Chapter 7: HTML Text Formatting.

Chapter 8: HTML Styles.

Chapter 9: HTML Links.

Chapter 10: HTML Images.

Chapter 11: HTML Tables.

Chapter 12: HTML Lists.

Chapter 13: HTML Forms & Input.

Chapter 14: HTML Color.

Chapter 15: HTML 4.01 Quick List.

Section II: HTML/CSS Advanced.

Chapter 16: HTML Layout.

Chapter 17: HTML Frames.

Chapter 18: HTML Fonts.

Chapter 19: Why Use HTML 4.0?

Chapter 20: HTML CSS Styles.

Chapter 21: HTML Character Entities.

Chapter 22: HTML Head & Meta Elements.

Chapter 23: HTML Uniform Resource Locators.

Chapter 24: HTML Scripts.

Chapter 25: HTML Standard Attributes.

Chapter 26: HTML Event Attributes.

Chapter 27: HTML URL Encoding.

Chapter 28: Turn Your PC Into a Web Server.

Section III: Appendixes.

Appendix A: HTML 4.01 1.0 Reference.

Appendix B: HTML Standard Attributes.

Appendix C: HTML Standard Event Attributes.

Appendix D: HTML Elements and Valid Doctypes.

Appendix E: HTML Character Sets.

Appendix F: HTML ASCII Reference.

Appendix G: HTML ISO–8859–1 Reference.

Appendix H: Symbol Entities Reference.

Appendix I: HTML URL Encoding Reference.


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