Head First HTML with CSS & XHTML By Eric Freeman

Head First HTML with CSS & XHTML
Publisher: O'Reilly Media | Publication Date: December 15, 2005 | ISBN-10: 059610197X | Pages: 658

If you have access to a computer with a web browser and text editor, and you want to make a web page according to your wishes, then you need to learn HTML and CSS to create a web page. By creating a web page, you can connect and communicate effectively with family, friends, fans, customers and co-workers even many people who access a web page via the internet. For that, you need to make it right. Head First HTML with CSS & XHTML Book will help you to discover the real secrets of how to make a web page. Using the latest research in neurobiology, cognitive science, and learning theory, this book will load HTML, CSS, and XHTML into your brain in a way that sticks.
Currently, the use of HTML and XHTML for structure of the content and CSS for style and presentation support is very important to build a web page seriously. For that you need a book that can guide you how to combine the use of HTML, XHTML and CSS correctly. Head First HTML with CSS & XHTML Book explains the fundamentals of HTML, XHTML, topics like web color, and CSS properties. In this book, pictures and step-by-step instructions explain how to build great-looking, standards-compliant web sites.

Table Of Contents:
Chapter 1 Getting to Know HTML: The Language of the Web
Chapter 2 Going Further, with Hypertext: Meeting the ‘HT’ in HTML
Chapter 3 Building Blocks: Web Page Construction
Chapter 4 Getting Connected: A Trip to Webville
Chapter 5 Adding Images to Your Pages: Meeting the Media
Chapter 6 Standards, Compliance, and all that Jazz: Serious HTML
Chapter 7 Moving to XHTML: Putting an ‘X’ into HTML
Chapter 8 Getting Started with CSS: Adding a Little Style
Chapter 9 Styling with Fonts and Colors: Expanding your Vocabulary
 Chapter 10 The Box Model: Getting Intimate with Elements
Chapter 11 Divs and Spans: Advanced Web Construction
Chapter 12 Layout and Positioning: Arranging Elements
Chapter 13 Tables and More Lists: Getting Tabular
Chapter 14 XHTML Forms: Getting Interactive
Appendix Leftovers: The Top Ten Topics (we didn’t cover)

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