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HTML & XHTML: The Definitive Guide (HTML & XHTML: Definitive Guide) [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

Chuck Musciano , Bill Kennedy
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3. September 2002 HTML & XHTML: Definitive Guide
This volume contains everything you'll need in order to create functional cross-platform Web applications. The new edition has been updated to cover the latest specifications, including HTML 4.01, CSS Level 2, DOM Level 2, and JavaScript 1.5, as well as the latest browsers, Internet Explorer 6 (Windows), Internet Explorer 5.1 (Mac), Netscape Navigator 6 and 7, and Mozilla 1.0. You'll learn how these standards and technologies relate to one another and how the creation of Dynamic HTML content relies on these four technologies. The book includes: a complete reference for all of the HTML tags, CSS style attributes, document object model attributes, methods, and event handlers, and core JavaScript objects supported by the various standards and the latest versions of Netscape and Internet Explorer. Cross-referenced indexes that make it easy to find interrelated HTML tags, style attributes, and document object model methods, attributes, and event handlers. An advanced introduction to creating dynamic Web content that addresses the cross-platform compromises inherent in Web page design today and encourages developers to adopt the W3C standards. If you have experience with basic Web page c

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  • Taschenbuch: 672 Seiten
  • Verlag: O'Reilly & Associates; Auflage: 5., Aufl. (3. September 2002)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 059600382X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0596003821
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 23 x 17,8 x 3,6 cm
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This volume contains everything you'll need in order to create functional cross-platform Web applications. The new edition has been updated to cover the latest specifications, including HTML 4.01, CSS Level 2, DOM Level 2, and JavaScript 1.5, as well as the latest browsers, Internet Explorer 6 (Windows), Internet Explorer 5.1 (Mac), Netscape Navigator 6 and 7, and Mozilla 1.0. You'll learn how these standards and technologies relate to one another and how the creation of Dynamic HTML content relies on these four technologies. The book includes: a complete reference for all of the HTML tags, CSS style attributes, document object model attributes, methods, and event handlers, and core JavaScript objects supported by the various standards and the latest versions of Netscape and Internet Explorer. Cross-referenced indexes that make it easy to find interrelated HTML tags, style attributes, and document object model methods, attributes, and event handlers. An advanced introduction to creating dynamic Web content that addresses the cross-platform compromises inherent in Web page design today and encourages developers to adopt the W3C standards. If you have experience with basic Web page c

Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

Chuck Musciano has spent his life on the East Coast, having spent time in Maryland, Georgia, and New Jersey before acquiring a B.S. in computer science from Georgia Tech in 1982. Since then, he has resided in Melbourne, Florida, in the employ of Harris Corporation. He began his career as a compiler writer and crafter of tools and went on to join Harris' Advanced Technology Group to help develop large-scale multiprocessors. This led to a prolonged interest in user-interface research and development, which finally gave way to his current position, manager of UNIX Systems in Harris' Corporate Data Center. Along the way, he grew to know and love the Internet, having contributed a number of publicly available tools to the Net and started the still-running Internet Movie Ratings Report. The Web was a natural next step, and he has been running various Web sites within and without Harris for several years. Chuck has written on UNIX-related topics in the trade press for the past decade, most visibly as the "Webmaster" columnist for Sunworld Online (http://www.sun.com/sunworldonline). In his spare time he enjoys life in Florida with his wife Cindy, daughter Courtney, and son Cole. Bill Kennedy is currently president and chief technical officer of ActivMedia, Inc., a new media marketing and marketing research company based in beautiful Peterborough, NH, but which conducts business with clients and associates from around the world primarily over the Internet (http://www.activmedia.com). When not hacking new HTML pages or writing about them, "Dr. Bill" (Ph.D. in biophysics from Loyola University of Chicago, of all things!) is out promoting a line of mobile, autonomous robots as real-world platforms for artificial intelligence and fuzzy logic research and for education (http://www.rwii.com). Or he's out drumming up writing assignments from his former colleagues at IDG's SunWorld/Advanced Systems Magazine (now SunWorld Online; http://www.sun.com), where he served as a senior editor-features (at-large over the Internet, of course) for nearly five years. Contact Dr. Bill directly at bkennedy@activmedia.com.

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4.0 von 5 Sternen Good, but time for a new edition 3. September 2004
Von James R. Mccall - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This is a fat book with a lot to like in it. The authors thoroughly explain HTML (and its recently-standardized twin XHTML) in its latest version (4.01). They also give a good explication of layout using the current standard (CSS2) of Cascading Style Sheets. They spend some time talking about embedded content such as pictures, Java applets and Javascript scripts. They look, too, at XML, which is the "meta-language" used to define XHTML.

At the time they wrote this book (2002) the versions of the standardized languages they discuss were in the avant-garde. But many of the old ways of doing things are now obsolete, and older browser versions gone. Unfortunately, the authors constantly advert to these early browser versions and their quirks, and spend much time discussing outmoded and non-standard techniques that by their own admission should be avoided. (Let me emphasize that they whole-heartedly approve of the direction away from non-standard and layout-laden HTML and toward the CSS approach.)

As it is, this book is quite usable whether you are writing old-fashioned HTML and loading your documents with physical layout instructions, or writing austere strict-version XHTML and restraining yourself to using style sheets to do layout. It has detailed essays on all the tags and a good chapter on CSS, and has useful appendices at the end for HTML grammer and tags, and for style sheet properties. It also has much that no longer applies. Perhaps the next edition will be less universally useful -- but also lighter.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen This is the beginners book for learning HTML 13. September 2002
Von Golden Lion - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This is the beginners book for learning HTML. As a professional Web developer, I appreciate finding a book, with impact and difference, in my career; this is one of those books. Each chapter is filled with valuable technical content. The chapter information provides simple and understandable samples. Even if you know alittle about HTML and have been programming in html, its not a bad reference. For those without HTML programming experiece, you'll be programming in no time at all. HTML editors are great, but sometimes you just need to know the HTML language, to be an effective programmer. You'll find this book very useful. I don't believe any understand of HTML is necessary before purchasing this book. A novice can easily pickup the book, read the chapters, and start programming. I've use the bookly constantly to look html properties and assist in my daily programming. Occassionally, I find a tip or trick and will help me overcome a programming barrier. This is an excellent book for indepth study of HTML.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen A SATISFACTORY RESOURCE 19. Januar 2003
Von reviewer - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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First and foremost, this edition of "HTML & XHTML: The Definitive Guide" is a well-written book. The use of simple language throughout the chapters make them very comprehensible. I really appreciate the way it handled the cascading style sheets, tables, forms, and so on.
However, I cannot understand the reason why the authors of this book included all the tags and attributes, and then decided to exclude all the attribute values. For this reason, I would not recommend it for anyone who is still learning the basics of HTML.
Intermediate (and advanced) learners should pay closer attention to it. It simplified both the Syntax and the Semantics. Also, the extensive coverage it gave Internet Explorer 6, Netscape Navigator 6.0, JavaScript, and a host of others, are satisfactory.
Overall, this textbook will prove a useful resource for any HTML non-beginner.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen HTML and Nothing But 23. August 2003
Von Tim Jowers - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch
<em>Very thorough reference on HTML.</em> Very useful and well written. I will refer to this book again and recommend this book to someone interested in how HTML is defined and interpreted and the current state of the art in HTML writing. The target audience seems to be <b>graphics artists and web page designers</b>. The content gives excellent coverage of what all the HTML tags mean, how stylesheets work, and insightful discussion of layout considerations.

Extremely well written but my primary qualm is that I've never worked on a project where writing HTML was the key problem with HTML. E.g.: Almost nothing on scripting HTML. Should cover something on form validation etc. No good coverage on current trends to supplement HTML with Flash and PDF docs. No good coverage of performance testing and little on even HTML validation even by using different browsers. Does point out for each HTML tag/object what is proprietary to MS Internet Explorer and to Netscape. All said, if you are an HTML page designer then this book really is almost definitive.

Plus the author could talk about real tools. E.g. the section "Use the Best" tells you to use the best HTML editor but doesn't talk about DreamWeaver, FrontPage, or anything besides a brief mention of MS Word. Also, having worked at a web design company for a while I can tell you that fixed page layout is the norm for the graphic artists/page designers and not enough treatment of that is made. E.g. the section "Tricks with Tables" says "experiment...manually shifting text from one column..." and this is just not the standard way things are done. Should designers take advantage of HTML's ability to dynamically fit the available space? Probably. But authors need to explain this before any designers will start to do it. Also omitted are XSL:FO and content managers not to mention App Server/Web Server deployment issues.

Overall the book is easy to read and has lots of good ideas and good information. It is an excellent first book for an HTML programmer and can serve as a first class reference for anyone that works with HTML. I gave it four stars for covering HTML completely but not covering the ancillary issues that the title "Definitive" promises. <i>If the title was "HTML: The Markup Language" then I would have given it six stars.</i>
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2.0 von 5 Sternen The values of each attribute shoud be added. 26. September 2002
Von Y. Jiang - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch
The book has a very completed list of all of the tags and their attributes. However, no possible values for the attributes are listed. For people to learn HTML or to use this book as a reference book, this information is very important.
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