- Taschenbuch: 792 Seiten
- Verlag: Wiley; Auflage: 5 (22. Januar 2010)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 0470523964
- ISBN-13: 978-0470523964
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 18,3 x 4,3 x 23,4 cm
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An expanded, updated, and retitled edition of HTML Bible, examining HTML, XHTML-a set of extensions to HTML to make it more like XML-and cascading style sheets (CSS), which provide a simple way to add consistent formatting to HTML Web documents Focusing on reader feedback and changing industry trends, this new edition is a major overhaul that addresses the extensive changes in Web development Shows readers the best, most efficient way to use HTML and examines which peripheral technologies are worth learning for the long run Features "before and after" pictures that show the results of improved Web page coding Offers continued coverage of key topics, including site administration, dynamic data-driven pages, and many others, in addition to new sections on hot new topics such as blogs and content management -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine andere Ausgabe: Taschenbuch.
Master the essential building blocks of the Web
The first step to any Web document is to build a strong foundation. This comprehensive book focuses on the essential building blocks of the Web: HyperText Markup Language (HTML), extensible HTML (XHTML), and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). You'll learn basic scripting and coding standards; how to use tags, tables, forms, and links; the best ways to test and validate pages; and many more techniques that help you take full advantage of these essential tools.
* Explore the basics of HTML such as tags, attributes, and how to structure content to create specialized document formatting
* Learn how multimedia and scripting can be used to make your content dynamic
* Author, validate, and troubleshoot your coding and documents
* Enable content for multiple devices-from the standard PC browser to various mobile devices
* Understand values, lists, colors, fonts, and other CSS metrics and formatting basics
* Get up to speed on advanced document formatting
Companion Web Site
Code samples and examples from the book, as well as extra material, can be found at www.wiley.com/go/htmlbible5e.
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I heard estimates of around 30 HTML tags that had been deprecated with the idea that the styling should be handled in CSS vice HTML. (Charlesworth, 1999) This left me wondering why we even have HTML any more. Is it only to define divs, ids, headlines and paragraphs, leaving all other styling to CSS.
So, did CSS kill HTML?
This seems logical as CSS gives us the remarkable ability to systematically change a range of content according to screen size, letting us tease out the specific common elements like divs, ids, paragraphs and headers from HTML that will be visible in specific CSS coded font, color, size, etc., according to whether the user is viewing the content on a smart phone, tablet or flat screen TV. The idea that the users' device is driving the change in web design toward more deep reliance on CSS seems reasonable to me.
This book gives a great overview of those various elements, but it's hard to capture what's happening in this field because its changing so rapidly. This book accurately describes that rapid change while simultaneously giving a beginner something to work with during the tsunami of transitioning technologies.
In closing, there is useful information in this book for the novice. However it is not complete or in any particular order. Happy hunting.