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HTML, XHTML, and CSS All-in-One Desk Reference For Dummies by Andy Harris, Chris McCulloh

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By Andy Harris, Chris McCulloh

Publication DescriptionWant to construct a killer site? have the desire to make it effortless to maintain your website modern? You’ll want to know how CSS, HTML, and XHTML interact. HTML, XHTML, and CSS All-In-One table Reference For Dummies makes that simple too! those 8 minibooks get you all started, clarify criteria, and assist you attach the entire dots to create websites with pizzazz.This convenient, one-stop advisor catches you up on XHTML fundamentals and CSS basics. You’ll methods to paintings with Positionable CSS to create floating parts, margins, and multi-column layouts, and you’ll wake up to hurry on client-side programming with javascript. You’ll additionally get the low-down on server part programming with personal home page, making a database with MySQL, and utilizing Ajax on either shopper and server aspects.

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I can fix the spelling errors before I pass the document on to you, so I look smart. ) It’d be cool if you could have a special kind of checker that does the same things for your Web pages. Instead of checking your spelling, it’d test your page for errors and let you know if you made any mistakes. It’d be even cooler if you could have some sort of certification that your page follows a standard of excellence. That’s exactly how page validation works. You can designate that your page will follow a particular standard and use a software tool to ensure that your page meets that standard’s specifications.

No Experience Necessary I’m not assuming anything in this book. If you’ve never built a Web page before, you’re in the right hands. You don’t need any experience, and you don’t have to know anything about HTML, programming, or databases. I discuss everything you need. If you’re reasonably comfortable with a computer (you can navigate the Web and use a word processor), you have all the skills you need. Great for Advanced Folks, Too! If you’ve been around Web development for a while, you’ll still find this book handy.

Normally, you simply make a change to the same document, but I’ve elected to change the filename so you can see an archive of my changes as the page improves. This can actually be a good idea because you then have a complete history of your document’s changes, and you can always revert to an older version if you accidentally make something worse. 4. Note the current first error position. Before you submit the modified page to the Validator, make a mental note of the position of the current first error.

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