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Explains the differences between HTML and XHTML and covers syntax, tables, frames, design, graphics, color, images, stylesheets, multimedia, embedded objects, and modularization.

Molly Holzschlag brings her trademark style and and enthusiasm to Special Edition Using XHTML, including comprehensive information that will help web professionals to get the most from XHTML. The book starts by explaining how XHTML differs from HTML, and why it¿s necessary. It then covers the meat of XHTML, including syntax and document creation. Additional topics include creating tables and frames, designing pages effectively, using graphics, color, images and tools, working with stylesheets, adding multimedia and embedded objects, and the relationship between XHTML and XML. Later sections discuss the concept of XHTML modularization, which can be applied to create web content for alternative browsers including pagers, cell phones, and hand held devices.

Book News
Written for HTML web developers transitioning into XHTML, this guide introduces XHTML syntax, using XHTML to build web pages, adding style and scripting, visual design for the web, multimedia and embedded objects, and creating content for alternative devices. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (

Publisher: Indianapolis, Ind. : Que, c2001
Edition: Special ed
ISBN: 9780789724311
Characteristics: 1 online resource (xiv, 958 p.) : ill
Alternative Title: Special edition using XHTML


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