XHTMLBook - 2001
Step-by-step guide to working with XHTML! Tutorial based coverage of XHTML markup, tools, and technologies, including automated conversions. Provides hands-on instruction on employing XHTML on Web sites and on documents, and on converting existing Web sites and documents from HTML to XHTML. Technically developed by Frank Boumphrey, a leading figure and author within the XML community. XHTML is an XML-based re-implementation of HTML 4.0. It is designed to support backward compatibility with HTML as well as support the extensibility and flexibility of XML. XHTML provides a concise overview of XHTML design, syntax, semantics, and capabilities. It is designed to teach Web professionals how to convert existing Web sites or documents to XHTML, and how to use XHTML to create new Web sites or documents. Also covered is how to work with XHTML and Web development tools such as Dreamweaver, FrontPage, HotMetal, and more. Overall, XHTML teaches the reader how to combine the legacy of the past with the promise of the future. The CD-ROM contains all the code from the book as well as sample designs and data sets. Also included are XHTML-compatible freeware and shareware programs. Ed Tittel is the co-author of the Windows NT Power Toolkit (New Riders) as well as several other technical books. He teaches at Austin Community College (ACC) on Web related topics, and he is also a member of the faculty for both NetWorld + Interop and the Internet Security Conference (TISC). Natanya Pitts is a writer and trainer who specializes in Web topics. She teaches at ACC in their Webmaster training program. Chelsea Valentine is a former full-time Webmaster. She now teaches and writes on XML and XML related topics. In addition to writing, Chelsea runs LANWrights online training classes in HTML and XML for ACC.
Publisher: Indianapolis, Ind. : New Riders, 2001.
Edition: First edition.
Branch Call Number: 005.72 V234
Characteristics: xix, 408 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm + 1 computer optical disc (4 3/4 in.)