Tuesday, November 27, 2018

HTML and XHTML Pocket Reference - 4th Edition (Free PDF)


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HTML (HyperText Markup Language) is the markup language used to turn text documents into web pages and applications. The fundamental purpose of HTML as a markup language is to provide a semantic description (the meaning) of the content and establish a document structure (a hierarchy of elements). It is not concerned with presentation, such as how the document will look in a browser. Presentation is the job of Cascading Style Sheets, which is outside the scope of this book.
This pocket reference provides a concise yet thorough listing of the elements and attributes specified in the HTML 4.01 and XHTML 1.0 Recommendations as well as HTML5, which is in development as a Working Draft as of this writing. The text uses the shorthand “(X)HTML” for concepts that apply to all of these markup standards. 

1. HTML and XHTML Pocket Reference 
2. HTML 4.01 Overview
3. HTML5 Overview
4. XHTML Overview
5. Common Attributes and Events
6. Alphabetical List of Elements
7. Elements Organized by Function
8. Character Entities
9. Specifying Color

Author Details
 "Jennifer Niederst Robbins" Was On the Team That In 1993 Created the first commercial website, O'Reilly's Global Network Navigator (G N N). She has been designing for and writing about the web ever since, and is the author of the bestselling web Design in a Nutshell and Learning web Design,both from OReilly.

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