The Web Wizard's Guide to XHTML
teaches readers how to create Web pages that will run on past, present, and future Web browsers using XHTML, the XML-based successor to HTML. This concise and easy-to-understand introduction shows readers how to build Web pages with XHTML that are compatible with both new XML-based Web applications and with today's HTML-based browsers. By working through the process of building a Web site, from the initial planning all the way through it its implementation, readers will learn the basic elements of XHTML as well as develop the confidence they need to program Web sites on the own.Table of Contents
(Each Chapter concludes with a Summary, Online References, Review Questions, and Hands-On Exercises.) 1. XHTML and the World Wide Web. World Wide Web and Markup Languages. XHTML - The Merging of Present and Future. Rules and Tools for Building XHTML Documents. 2. Basic Formatting and Hypertext Links. How XHTML Documents are Structured. Basic Formatting Elements. XHTML Lists. Hypertext Links. 3. Using Style Sheets with XHTML Documents. Cascading Style Sheets. Basic CSS Syntax. Style Sheets in Action. 4. Bringing Web Pages to Life with Images and Multimedia. Images and Multimedia on the Web. Inline Images--The
Element. Create Imagemaps. Adding Audio and Video. 5. XHTML Tables. Working with Tables. Formatting Tables. Table Examples. 6. XHTML Frames. Working with Frames. Creating Frame Documents. XFrames--The Future of Frames. 7. XHTML Forms. XHTML Forms. Cascading The Basics of Web-Based Forms. Form Elements. Form Example. 8. What's Next? The Future of XHTML. The XHTML Family of Techologies.