Absolute Beginner's Guide to Creating Web Pages
- Paperback | 384 pages
- 182.88 x 243.84 x 25.4mm | 635.03g
- 01 Nov 2002
- Pearson Education (US)
- Que Corporation,U.S.
- Indianapolis, IN, United States
- 2nd edition
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Table of contents
I. CREATING WEB PAGES.
1. The Fundamentals of Web Publishing.
How the Web Works. HTML Versus XHTML. HTML Is Not Programming.
2. A Crash-Course in Web Design.
The Fundamentals of Page Design. Planning a Site. HTML Trends and Issues.
3. What You Need to Get Started.
The Basic Tools. Other Tools Youll Want. Finding a Web Server. Organizing a Web Sites Files.
4. Creating Your First Page.
Build Your HTML Template. The comment Element. Create an HTML Template. The Document Head. The Body Section. Saving, Testing, and Validating.
II. DESIGN AND CONQUER.
5. Formatting Your Text.
Organize the Page. Styling Your Text. Paragraph Style Elements. Using Lists on Your Web Page.
6. Visual Stimulus-Adding Graphics.
Images on the Web. Creating and Translating Web Images. The Element.
7. Building Hypertext Links.
How Hyperlinks Work. The Element. Creating Links. Using Special Links. Cool Tricks: Targets and Client-Pull.
8. Table Basics.
Creating a Table. Additional Table Attributes.
9. Advanced Table Elements and Table Design.
Table Design Theory. Grouping Columns and Rows. Frames and Rules. Table Design Examples.
10. Get Splashy: Style Sheets, Fonts, and Special Characters.
Style Sheets in Theory. Creating Style Sheets. Properties and Styles. Special Characters.
11. Advanced Web Images and Imagemaps.
Making Your Images Better. Creating Animated Images. Using Imagemaps.
III. BUILDING YOUR SITE.
12. Creating Sites with HTML Frames.
The Great Frames Debate. Adding Frames to Your Site. Advanced Frames.
13. Adding Multimedia and Java Content.
Understanding Multimedia. Adding Multimedia to Your Pages. Working with Java.
14. Site-Wide Styles: Design, Accessibility, and Internationalization.
The Site-Wide Style Sheet. Accessibility Through Style Sheets. International Issues.
IV. INTERACTING WITH YOUR USERS.
15. Adding HTML Forms.
The Basics of HTML Forms. Creating the Form. Designing Forms Well. Other Elements for Form Formatting.
16. CGIs and Data Gathering.
What Is CGI? How Scripts Work. Finding and Using Scripts.
17. Forums, Chats, and Other Add-Ons.
Creating and Hosting Forums. Add Live Chat to Your Site. Counters and Web Statistics. Server-Side Includes.
About Todd Stauffer
Todd has worked as an advertising writer, technical writer, and magazine editor, all in consumer-oriented computing. Outside of computing, he's also a humor columnist and a travel/automotive writer. You can reach him via his Web site, at http://www.mac-upgrade.com.