HTML User's Interactive Workbook

HTML User's Interactive Workbook

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Learn by doing with this innovative series of interactive workbooks. Each workbook features a free Interactive Web training site!
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  • Paperback | 366 pages
  • 177.8 x 233.68 x 27.94mm | 725.74g
  • Prentice Hall
  • Upper Saddle River, United States
  • English
  • 0130170046
  • 9780130170040

Table of contents

1. Setting Up. LAB 1.1 Acquiring the Necessary HTML Tools. LAB 1.2 Untangling the Web. Test Your Thinking. 2. Introduction to HTML. LAB 2.1 HTML, Tags, and HTML Documents. LAB 2.2 Organizing the Head Section of the HTML Document. LAB 2.3 Organizing the Body Section of the HTML Document. Test Your Thinking. 3. Creating and Organizing Content. LAB 3.1 Using Heading and Horizontal Rule Tags. LAB 3.2 Using Paragraph, Break, and Block Quote Tags. Test Your Thinking. 4. Using Lists. LAB 4.1 Using Ordered Lists. LAB 4.2 Using Unordered Lists. LAB 4.3 Combining Lists. Test Your Thinking. 5. Adding Images to your Web Pages. LAB 5.1 Types of Images. LAB 5.2 How to Insert Images. Test Your Thinking. 6. Creating Hyperlinks. LAB 6.1 Adding Links. LAB 6.2 Using HTML to Receive Feedback. Test Your Thinking. 7. Formatting the Page. LAB 7.1 How the HEX to Get Color into HTML. LAB 7.2 Sizing Up the Text. LAB 7.3 Using Other Formatting Tags. Test Your Thinking. 8. Designing and Formatting Tables. LAB 8.1 Creating Tables. LAB 8.2 Using Advanced Table HTML. 8. Add Color to Cells. Test Your Thinking. 9. Cascading Style Sheets. LAB 9.1 Creating Embedded and Linked Style Sheets. LAB 9.2 Combining Inline Styles and Classes with Style Sheets. Test Your Thinking. 10. Understanding Frames. LAB 10.1 Creating Frames. LAB 10.2 Formatting Frames. LAB 10.3 Using Links with Frames. Test Your Thinking. APPENDIX A: Answers to Self-Review Questions. APPENDIX B: HTML Tags. APPENDIX C: CSS Attributes. APPENDIX D: HTML Web Site References. INDEX.
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About John Potter

About the Authors Alayna Cohn has been a hostage of the computer world for a number of years. She is an experienced Web, Visual Basic, and ASP Developer. She has designed and nurtured applications from point of database design to full deployment. Many evenings, Alayna moonlights as a contracted Visual Basic instructor for the Clark University Computer Career Institute's Client/Server Program. She is proud to say she has had the pleasure of parasailing of the island of Maui. John Potter got his first computer when he was eleven, and has been a geek ever since. He is an experienced Web developer and technical trainer, and has taught JavaScript, HTML, and Microsoft Office courses for corporate clients. He has authored articles on subjects ranging from American history to noise control in foundries. Together, Alayna and John conceived, designed, developed, and maintained the Intranet for Community Newsdealers, Inc. Both of them have developed numerous Web-based applications utilizing such technologies as, HTML, JavaScript, DHTML, VBScript, Visual Basic, Active Server Pages, Access, and SQL Server. The authors who write together, work together as they continue to be co- workers at NewMediary, Inc. NewMediary, Inc. builds and licenses tools that efficiently connect the buyers and sellers of Internet business services. The tools allow companies to add, update and enhance their presence in a vertical directory, and then generate business by responding to "Needs" or Requests for Proposals (RFPs) posted confidentially by other firms or individuals. Feel free to visit some of their handy work at
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