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Anatomy of a Website
What Are XHTML and HTML?
What’s the Difference between XHTML and HTML?
What Is CSS?
Getting Started with XHTML Syntax
Opening and Closing Tags
Empty Elements
XHTML: Specific Requirements
GETTING STARTED WITH CSS SYNTAX9
Getting Started with CSS Syntax
Selectors and Declarations
Quotation Marks
Real-World Scenario
THE BOTTOM LINE17
The Cascade
Begin with the Browser
User Styles
External Styles
Embedded Styles
Inline Styles
What about Multiple Classes?
XHTML: What Every Page Requires
The Goal
DOCTYPEs
THE XML DECLARATION
The XML Declaration
LET’S GET STARTED
Let’s Get Started
The Head
The Title
THE BODY51
Saving
The Body
Take a Look in a Browser
CSS: A Stylish Body
Create the Style Sheet
The Background
Specifying Colors for Web Pages
Link to the Style Sheet
Take a Look
The Margins
Move Your Body
Color Isn’t Everything
ATTACHED BACKGROUND IMAGES65
Attached Background Images
REAL-WORLD SCENARIO67
Assign a Class or ID to the Body Element
XHTML: The Heading Tags
<h1>Chapter 4: Headings and Heading Styles</h1>
<h2>XHTML: The Heading Tags</h2>
Building Structure with Headings
How to Work through the Chapter
CSS: STYLE A HEADING
CSS: Style a Heading
Start with a Background Image
A Fluid Design
A CLASS ALTERNATIVE91
A Class Alternative
Image Replacement for Headings
The Rundle Method
The Gilder/Levin Method
The CSS Box Model
Hacking the Box Model
REAL-WORLD SCENARIO99
CSS Properties for Headings
THE BOTTOM LINE101
Structure and Layout
Learn the XHTML
ORGANIZING CONTENT STRUCTURALLY
Organizing Content Structurally
Learn the CSS
Absolute Positioning
Relative Positioning
Fixed Positioning
Fixing fixed position
Using Margins to Arrange Content
REAL-WORLD SCENARIO143
CSS PROPERTIES145
CSS Properties
XHTML: Formatting Text
Acronyms and Abbreviations
Special Characters
Block Quotes
Other Useful Text Formatting Elements
CSS: STYLISH TEXT165
Making Your XHTML Text CSS-Ready
CSS: Stylish Text
Start Your Style Sheet
More Body Rules
Heading Rules
Paragraph Rules
Block Quote Rules
The Child Selector
Adjacent Sibling Selectors
Attribute Selectors
Acronym
Callout
Footer Rules
Generated Content
The Whole Style Sheet
Print Preview
Let’s Go into Print
Back to Black
Setting Print Margins
Changing the Font Size for Print
Print a URL
Organizing a Site
Anatomy of a URL
Folder Names and Organization
The Home Page
XHTML: The Anchor Element
Linking within the Same Directory
Relative and Absolute Links
Linking to Pages in Different Directories
Linking to Non-HTML Files
Images as Links
E-mail Links
Linking to a Specific Location in a Page: Named Anchors and IDs
CSS: PIZZAZZ FOR ANCHORS233
Tab Index
CSS: Pizzazz for Anchors
Setting Link Colors
Styles to Indicate the Current Page
An id-Based Current Page Indicator
AN ID-BASED CURRENT PAGE INDICATOR
CSS Pop-ups
Basic Graphics Software Tips
XHTML: Add Images to a Page
Element
THE IMAGE STOCKPILE267
The Image Stockpile
Build Some Basic Button Nav Bars
Tie Background Images to Hyperlink Pseudo States
Designing a Simple Photo Gallery
Adding a Banner
ADDING OTHER HEADINGS275
Adding Other Headings
Inserting a Photo in Your Gallery
TRANSPARENT GIFS277
Transparent GIFs
A Complete Site
CSS: Dress It Up
Link Color and Decoration
Add a Pop-up
Backgrounds
Size Matters
Sizing Images via XHTML: The Good
Sizing Images via XHTML: The Bad
Linking Directly to Images
Body Talk
Adding Multimedia to Your Page
The Plug-in Problem
Flash
QuickTime
XHTML: List Basics
Definition Lists
CSS: PRESENTATION IS POWERFUL
CSS: Presentation Is Powerful
Unordered List Markers
List-Marker Positions
Back to Definition Lists
Lists of Links
Vertical Lists
A VERTICAL NAV BAR WITH PURE CSS POP-UPS329
A Vertical Nav bar with Pure CSS Pop-ups
HORIZONTAL LISTS335
Horizontal Lists
XHTML: Creating the Rows and Columns
Making a More Complex and Accessible Table
CSS: Table Presentation
Headers
Style the Caption
CSS for Cell Alignment and Color
REAL-WORLD SCENARIO371
Quik n Simple Trade Manager
ESPN
THE BOTTOM LINE373
Script Matters
Hidden Fields
Radio Buttons
Letting Visitors Upload Files
The Submit Button
ADD CSS TO YOUR FORM399
Add CSS to Your Form
The Legend
The Script Example’s Background
REAL-WORLD SCENARIO403
Spicy Salsa
Follow the Rhinos
The Big Picture
Finding Free Server Space
Your Own Domain
Using FTP Software
Setting Permissions
TESTING AND VALIDATING THE SITE
Testing and Validating the Site
The Validators
Accessibility Testing
Getting Help from Browser Extensions
The DOM and Site Testing
Testing and Validation: a Summary
Telling the Search Engines You Are There
Tailoring Your Site for Search Engines
Publicizing Your Site
Understanding Your Audience
MusicAustin
Advantages of Blogging
Where to Sign Up for a Blog
What to Look for in Blog Software
Getting Started with Blogger
Configuring a BlogSpot Blog
PUBLISHING TO YOUR BLOGGER BLOG
Publishing to Your Blogger Blog
Customizing the Blogger Template
Changing the DOCTYPE Declaration
Customize the Blogger CSS
A New Color Scheme
The “View Source” Secret to Blogger Modifications
WordPress Hosted Free
Publishing to Your WordPress Blog
WordPress on Your Server
Engadget
Boing Boing
THE BOTTOM LINE469
Wireframes
Layout
Visual Hierarchy
More about Contrast
CONSISTENCY AND REPETITION
Consistency and Repetition
Alignment
Resources
REAL-WORLD SCENARIO
The Mirror Project
THE BOTTOM LINE
Museum Victoria
Inherent Obstacles to Web Authoring for Handhelds
A Solid Foundation
Testing Your Page
CSS: Keep it Simple
Testing with the Handheld Style Sheet
DEVELOPER RESOURCES FOR HANDHELDS499
Developer Resources for Handhelds
BlackBerry
AvantGo
REAL-WORLD SCENARIO501
Palm
Windows
Phones
Add Structure with Dreamweaver’s Insert Div Tool
The CSS Styles Panel
Defining Advanced Selectors
Defining Grouped Selectors
Tag Selectors
More Advanced Selectors
Editing Styles in Dreamweaver
CLASSES AND THE PROPERTY INSPECTOR533
Classes and the Property Inspector
The Style Rendering Toolbar
The Style Rendering toolbar
Chapter 1: How to Write XHTML and CSS
CHAPTER 2: LOCATION, LOCATION: WHERE TO PUT A STYLE
Chapter 2: Location, Location: Where to Put a Style
Chapter 3: Page Basics: DOCTYPE, Head, Body, and Body Styles
Chapter 4: Headings and Heading Styles
Chapter 6: Paragraph and Text Styles
CHAPTER 7: LINKS AND LINK STYLES551
Chapter 7: Links and Link Styles
CHAPTER 8: MULTIMEDIA, IMAGES, AND IMAGE STYLES553
Chapter 8: Multimedia, Images, and Image Styles
Chapter 9: Lists and List Styles
CHAPTER 11: FORMS AND FORM STYLES555
Chapter 10: Tables and Table Styles
Chapter 11: Forms and Form Styles
Chapter 12: Publishing and Testing Your Pages
CHAPTER 13: CSS FOR WEBLOGS557
Chapter 13: CSS for Weblogs
Chapter 14: Design Basics
CHAPTER 15: XHTML AND CSS FOR HANDHELDS559
Chapter 15: XHTML and CSS for Handhelds
Chapter 16: Writing CSS with Dreamweaver 8
Glossary
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Mastering Integrated HTML and CSS (2007)

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