Wednesday, November 28, 2018

Sams Teach Yourself Web Publishing with HTML and XHTML in 21 Days (Fourth Edition)

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Over the past few years, the Web has become completely integrated into the fabric of society. Most businesses have Web sites, and it’s rare to see a commercial on television that doesn’t display a URL. The simple fact that most people now know what a URL is speaks volumes. People who didn’t know what the Internet was several years ago are now sending me invitations to parties using Web-based invitation services. 
Perhaps the greatest thing about the Web is that you don’t have to be a big company to publish things on it. The only things you need to create your own Web site are a computer with access to the Internet and the willingness to learn. Obviously, the reason you’re reading this is that you have an interest in Web publishing. Perhaps you need to learn about it for work, or you’re looking for a new means of self-expression, or you want to post baby pictures on the Web so that your relatives all over the country can stay up to date. The question is, how do you get started?
Also, unlike other books on this subject, this book doesn’t focus on any one platform. Regardless of whether you’re using a PC running Windows, a Macintosh, some flavor of UNIX, or any other computer system, many of the concepts in this book will be valuable to you. And you’ll be able to apply them to your Web pages regardless of your platform of choice.
This book is intended to be read and absorbed over the course of 21 days (although it depends on how much you can absorb in a day). On each day you’ll read one lesson on one area of Web site design. The lessons are arranged in a logical order, taking you from the simplest tasks to more advanced techniques.
Part I: Getting Started
Day 1
The World of the World Wide Web

2 Get Organized
3 An Introduction to HTML
4 Begin with the Basics
Part II: Creating Simple Web Pages
Day 5
All About Links

6 More Text Formatting with HTML and CSS
7 Using Images, Color, and Backgrounds
Part III: Doing More with HTML and XHTML
Day 8

9 Formatting Pages with Cascading Style Sheets
10 Designing Forms
Part IV: Graphics and Multimedia
Day 11
Imagemaps and Animated Graphics

12 Multimedia: Adding Sounds, Videos, and More
Part V: JavaScript and Dynamic HTML
Day 13

14 Working with JavaScript
15 Working with Frames and Linked Windows
16 Dynamic HTML
Part VI: Designing Effective Web Pages
Day 17
Writing Good Web Pages: Do’s and Don’ts

18 Designing for the Real World
19 Creating Accessible Sites
Part VII: Going Live on the Web
Day 20
Putting Your Site Online

21 Taking Advantage of the Server
Part VIII: Appendixes
Appendix A Sources for Further Information

B HTML 4.01 Quick Reference
C Cascading Style Sheet Quick Reference
D Colors by Name and Hexadecimal Value
E MIME Types and File Extensions
Author Details
"LAURA LEMAY" is a technical writer, author, Web addict, and motorcycle enthusiast. One of the world’s most popular authors on Web development topics, she is the author of Sams Teach Yourself Web Publishing with HTML, Sams Teach Yourself Java in 21 Days, and Sams Teach Yourself Perl in 21 Days.
"RAFE COLBURN" is a Web application developer and author living in North Carolina. His other books include Sams Teach Yourself CGI in 24 Hours and Special Edition Using SQL.

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