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XHTML Essentials

ISBN: 978-0-471-21738-1
422 pages
April 2002
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Description

With Web access becoming available through TV, handheld devices, and even phones, developers need to create sites that can be viewed from different environments, not just from the desktop. Introducing XHTML, the next generation HTML, this practical guide jumpstarts Web developers on the technology that ensures that their Web pages stay true-to-form on any available platform. Using extensive code and real-world examples, XML expert Michael Sauers teaches readers how to apply XHTML quickly and effectively without having to become XML programmers first. Readers will learn how to migrate legacy HTML documents to XHTML and create documents and applications for a variety of platforms. Like the other books in the series, an appendix listing will feature where to find updated information, a source code index, and other handy features.
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Table of Contents

About the Authors.

Introduction.

Acknowledgements.

Part One: Introduction to XHTML.

Chapter 1: Setting the Stage.

Chapter 2: Getting Started with XHTML.

Chapter 3: Creating Documents.

Chapter 4: Converting to and Validating XHTML.

Chapter 5: Tables.

Chapter 6: Forms.

Chapter 7: Frames.

Chapter 8: Formatting with Style Sheets.

Chapter 9: JavaScript.

Part II: XHTML Essentials.

Chapter 10: Scripting XHTML Documents.

Chapter 11: Metadata.

Chapter 12: Events.

Chapter 13: XHTML Basic.

Chapter 14: Looking Ahead.

Appendix A: XHTML Element Quick Reference.

Appendix B: Resources.

Index.
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Author Information

MICHAEL SAUERS is the Internet trainer for the Bibliographical Center for Research. He also trains librarians throughout twelve states on the Internet and related technologies. His other books include Mastering Microsoft Outlook 2000, Microsoft FrontPage 2000 Advanced Topics, and Using the Internet as a Reference Tool.
R. ALLEN WYKE is Vice President of Research and Development at Engage, an Internet marketing company. He was the Webmaster columnist for SunWorld, and contributed a weekly column on Integrating Windows and Unix to Itworld.com. He has written several books on Internet technologies, including Perl, JavaScript, and PHP.
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Reviews

"this is a very practical title" (.Net, January 2002)

"All in all, this book is a very complete and comprehensive guide to web authoring using XHTML and confirms the very high professional level of the Wiley XML Essentials series. The book is warmly recommended to both beginners and advanced webcasters." (EBU Technical Review, January 2002)
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