The Ultimate HTML Reference

Author: Ian Lloyd

Publisher: Sitepoint Pty Limited

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 537

View: 371

"The Ultimate HTML Reference" is just that" comprehensive, authoritative, and completely up-to-date. The book covers: Every element in the HTML and XHTML Specifications, including an example of its correct use Coverage of depreciated elements and those from the upcoming HTML 5 specification The popular microformats so you can future-proof your website Detailed browser compatibility information for every element will save you hours of painful debugging and frustration

Dynamic HTML

The Definitive Reference

Author: Danny Goodman

Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 1307

View: 634

Packed with information on the latest Web specifications--including XHTML, CSS, DOM, and JavaScript--this new edition teaches how to master the Ajax approach to Web application development.

Build Your Own Website The Right Way Using HTML & CSS

Start Building Websites Like a Pro!

Author: Ian Lloyd

Publisher: SitePoint

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 500

View: 578

With over 60,000 copies sold since its first edition, this SitePoint best-seller has just had a fresh update to include recent advances in the web industry. With the first two editions coming highly recommended by established, leading web designers and developers, the third edition with all its extra goodies will continue that trend. Also fully updated to include the latest operating systems, web browsers and providing fixes to issues that have cropped up since the last edition. Readers will learn to: Style text and control your page layout with CSS Create and Optimize graphics for the Web Add interactivity to your sites with forms Include a custom search, contact us page, and a News/Events section on your site Track visitors with Google Analytics Extend your reach and connect your site with Social Media Use HTML5&CSS3 to add some cool, polished features to your site Use diagnosis/debug tools to find any problems And lots more.

Web Application Design Patterns

Author: Pawan Vora

Publisher: Morgan Kaufmann

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 448

View: 614

Ever notice that—in spite of their pervasiveness—designing web applications is still challenging? While their benefits motivate their creation, there are no well-established guidelines for design. This often results in inconsistent behaviors and appearances, even among web applications created by the same company. Design patterns for web applications, similar in concept to those for web sites and software design, offer an effective solution. In Web Application Design Patterns, Pawan Vora documents design patterns for web applications by not only identifying design solutions for user interaction problems, but also by examining the rationale for their effectiveness, and by presenting how they should be applied. Design interfaces faster, with a better rationale for the solutions you choose. Learn from over more than 100 patterns, with extensive annotation on use and extension. Take a short-cut into understanding the industry with more than 500 full-color screenshots.

HTML & Html5

The Ultimate Beginners Guide to Learn the HTML, Html5 and Basic CSS Fundementals

Author: Mike Stevenson

Publisher: CreateSpace

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 68

View: 550

Why study HTML? Learning HTML would enable you to become more familiar with how websites work and how browsers display a page. Alternatively, if you are aiming to become a web developer it is must. If you want to learn PHP, ASP, or even JavaScript, you will need to learn it as a prerequisite. HTML is THE language of the internet, so learning it could get you far in e-commerce. Whether you just want to learn it for learning's sake or you want to use this book as a reference to pass your HTML certification, you will surely understand and know how HTML works and how you can create a web page from scratch after reading this book. This introduction will not be long; after all, you got a lot to read after this. Take note that HTML and CSS code examples will be in the Courier New font, the supposed result of those codes will be in Times New Romans (though some might not), and explanations and discussions will be left in regular font, which is Georgia. The book is aimed at beginners or to aspiring web developers. Nevertheless, it could be useful to advanced developers as a reference book for teaching HTML. Have fun learning HTML!

ALEX HOMERS PR,

Author: HOMER

Publisher: Apress

ISBN:

Category: Science

Page: 871

View: 515

Starting to build a Web site is simple enough - the hardware is cheap, the software is easy to install, and the market of potential visitors is huge. The problems Come as your site starts to grow and mature. Web sites are supposed to be enticing, and exciting, but how do you maintain and keep control of a fast-growing an ever-changing site, while still keeping it informative, accurate, and error-free? The answer is automation, and Active Server Pages and the related technologies we make it possible to design your site so that it's easy to manage, maintain and update. You won't see pages of setup information for Windows 2000, or a tutorial for ASP. What you will see is down-to-earth discussion of the issues that web programmers and administrators have to face daily, and real code solutions - for browser compatibility, dynamic page generation, visitor tracking, remote administration, security and much, much more. If you are building or administering a Windows 2000-based Web site, this book should be on your shelf. Who is this Book For? This book is intended for anyone building or maintaining an ASP website, so we assume you have basic scripting and database knowledge. The examples are designed to run on a Windows 2000 platform. What Does This Book Cover? • Tackles the issues that Webmasters and Web administrators have to face every day • Shows you some real-world examples, taken from several busy public Web sites • Contains plenty of working code examples you can use directly, or modify to suit your own site • Provides SQL Server scripts that you can use to set up the databases shown in the book • Helps you add dynamic features to your Web site quickly and painlessly • Prepares you for the future, by overviewing many of the newest development technologies

Instant HTML

Author: Alex Homer

Publisher: Apress

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 433

View: 431

Concentrates on the features of HTML 4.0 and covers objects, applets, scripting, standard and dynamic HTML, and style sheets

Professional ASP Techniques for Webmasters

Author: Alex Homer

Publisher: Apress

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 613

View: 737

Aimed at those who are building a Web site using Windows NT Server, and especially those who use SQL Server as the data source, this book makes it possible to design a site that's simple to control and maintain.

CSS: The Definitive Guide

The Definitive Guide

Author: Eric A. Meyer

Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 538

View: 655

CSS: The Definitive Guide, 3rd Edition, provides you with a comprehensive guide to CSS implementation, along with a thorough review of all aspects of CSS 2.1. Updated to cover Internet Explorer 7, Microsoft's vastly improved browser, this new edition includes content on positioning, lists and generated content, table layout, user interface, paged media, and more. Simply put, Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is a way to separate a document's structure from its presentation. The benefits of this can be quite profound: CSS allows a much richer document appearance than HTML and also saves time -- you can create or change the appearance of an entire document in just one place; and its compact file size makes web pages load quickly. CSS: The Definitive Guide, 3rd Edition, provides you with a comprehensive guide to CSS implementation, along with a thorough review of all aspects of CSS 2.1. Updated to cover Internet Explorer 7, Microsoft's vastly improved browser, this new edition includes content on positioning, lists and generated content, table layout, user interface, paged media, and more. Author Eric Meyer tackles the subject with passion, exploring in detail each individual CSS property and how it interacts with other properties. You'll not only learn how to avoid common mistakes in interpretation, you also will benefit from the depth and breadth of his experience and his clear and honest style. This is the complete sourcebook on CSS. The 3rd edition contains: Updates to reflect changes in the latest draft version of CSS 2.1 Browser notes updated to reflect changes between IE6 and IE7 Advanced selectors supported in IE7 and other major browsers included A new round of technical edits by a fresh set of editors Clarifications and corrected errata, including updated URLs ofreferenced online resources