HTML 4.0 CD with JavaScript

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No matter what anyone tells you, simply buying a WYSIWYG Web page editor isn't enough to get great results. To build a great Web site, you need more tools-and especially, more insight. That's where HTML 4.0 CD with JavaScript for Windows 95, 98 and NT comes in. In this book, best-selling author Vivian Neou demonstrates the proven techniques you need to build state-of-the-art multimedia Web sites-and gives you HTML 4 and JavaScript tools and templates for delivering perfect pages fast.
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Product details

  • Mixed media product | 496 pages
  • 178 x 234 x 50mm | 1,279.12g
  • Prentice Hall
  • Upper Saddle River, United States
  • English
  • 0130957836
  • 9780130957832

Table of contents

1. The World Wide Web and HTML. What's In This Chapter. HTML and the Internet. Terminology Tour. HTML Evolution in a Capsule. Cascading Style Sheets. Java and ActiveX. Scripting. Dynamic HTML. Browsers. HTML and Browsers. Getting Browsers. Screenshots in This Book.2. HTML Quick Start. What's in This Chapter. Creating an HTML Document. HTML Document Organzation. Document Type: DOCTYPE. Document Structure: HTML, HEAD, and BODY. Document Title: TITLE. Document Body: BODY. Headings: H1 through H6. Paragraphs:. Logical and Physical Style Elements. Horizontal Lines: HR. Preformatted Text: PRE. Center: CENTER. Lists. Images: IMG. Line Breaks: BR. Addresses: ADDRESS. Comments: . The Quick-Start Document. Quick Review.3. Document Framework. What's in This Chapter. Document Type: DOCTYPE. Document Structure. Document Heading: HEAD. Document Title: TITLE. Document Body: BODY.4. Basic Body Elements. What's in This Chapter. Common Attributes. Headings: H1 through H6. Paragraphs: P. Logical and Physical Style Elements. Subscript and Superscript: SUB, SUP. Font Settings: FONT (deprecated). Default Font Size: BASEFONT (deprecated). Special Characters. Horizontal Lines: HR. Preformatted Text: PRE. Quotations: BLOCKQUOTE and Q. Line Breaks: BR. No Break: NOBR. Word Break: WBR. Addresses: ADDRESS. Center: CENTER (deprecated). DIV and SPAN. Comments:. Common Attributes Revisited. The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly.5. Lists. What's in This Chapter. Creating a List. Specifying Items in Lists: LI. Unnumbered Lists: UL. Numbered Lists: OL. Directory List: DIR (deprecated). Menu List: MENU (deprecated). Definition Lists: DL. Multiple-Paragraph List Items. Nested Lists. The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly.6. URLs, Links, and META. What's in This Chapter. Uniform Resource Locators. Anchor Element: A. References within a Document. Other Ways to Use Links. Document Relations: LINK. Meta Information: META. BASE Element. The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly.7. Tables. What's In This Chapter. Tables: TABLE. Captions: CAPTION. Rows and Cells: TR, TD, TH. Row Groupings: THEAD, TFOOT, TBODY. Column Groups: COLGROUP and COL. Attribute Precedence. Designing with Tables. Fonts in Tables. The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly.8. Frames. FRAMESET. Frames: FRAME. Frame Navigation: TARGET and BASE. Updating Multiple Frames: onClick. Frame Tips. IFRAME.9. Color and Images. What's in This Chapter. Color Values. Images in HTML Documents. Graphics Formats. Other Image Formats. Image Tips and Tricks. Gamma. Image Element: IMG. Image Maps, Images with Clickable Spots. The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly.10. Animations, Sound, and Video. What's In This Chapter. Animation. GIF89a Animations. Interactive Animation. Macromedia Flash. Sound. Video. The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly.11. Forms. What's in This Chapter. Introduction. Forms: FORM. Form Input: INPUT. Textarea: TEXTAREA. Pulldown Menu: SELECT, OPTION,and OPTGROUP. BUTTON Element. Label, Fieldset, and Legend. ISINDEX (deprecated). The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly.12. Cookies and Server-Side Page Creation. What's in This Chapter. Cookies. CGI Scripts. Creating CGI Scripts. Using Premade CGI Scripts. Server-Side Includes. Other Server-Side Options. Secure Servers. Wrapup.13. Embedded Objects: Java and ActiveX. Java Applets. ActiveX. VRML: Virtual Reality Markup Language. Including External Objects. Embed Element. Applet Element. PARAM Element. Object Element. What's Next.14. Cascading Style Sheets. What's in This Chapter. What Is a Cascading Style Sheet?. Selectors. Comments. Incorporating Style Sheets. The Cascade. Units. The Browser Connection. CSS Properties. Font Properties. Color and Background Properties. Text Properties. Classification and List Properties. Drawbacks to Style Sheet Usage. Style Sheet Tools. Onward.15. Positioning with Style Sheets. What's In This Chapter. Background. Box Properties. Display Properties. Positioning Properties. Cautionary Notes.16. Scripting Overview. JavaScript versus VBScript. JavaScript Versions and ECMAScript. Incorporating Scripts in HTML Documents. Case-sensitivity. JavaScript Variables. Operators. Comments. Statements. Conditional Expressions. Global Functions. What's Next.17. Objects. Built-in Objects. Date Object. Math Object. String Object. Client-side Objects. Window Object. Location Object. Document Object. Form Object. Frame Object. Image Object. Navigator Object. MimeType Object. Plugin Object. Methods. What's Next.18. JavaScript Examples. View Source Button. Browser Detection. Menu Bar Highlights. Animation. Color the House Script. The Nightmare: A Tale of Two Positions. Simple Database Lookup. JavaScript Forms Calculator. Customized Web Pages with Cookies. The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly.19. On the Internet. What's In This Chapter. Criteria for Choosing a Provider. Publicizing Your Web Pages. Indices of Meta Web Search Engines. Making an Even Bigger Splash. Places to Go for More Help. The Latest Book News.Appendix A ISO Latin 1 Entities in HTML. Appendix B Hexadecimal ASCII Character Set. Appendix C Useful URLs. Glossary. Index.
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About Vivian Neou

Vivian Neouis author of several Internet books, including Internet CD, Internet Mailing List Navigator for Windows, HTML CD for Windows, and HTML 3.0 CD for the Macintosh. She has been active on the Internet and its predecessors for over 15 years.
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