Mastering Integrated HTML and CSS by Virginia DeBolt

By Virginia DeBolt

A special method of studying HTML and CSS at the same time. grasp Hpertext (or Extensible Hypertext) Markup Language (HTML/XHTML) and Cascading type Sheets (CSS), and you are good in your strategy to developing smooth, obtainable web pages. This entire consultant bargains built-in guideline in either. you will shop time and get extra effective by means of studying to constitution your (X) HTML content material for most sensible influence with CSS kinds, from the beginning. utilizing the newest criteria, top practices, and real-world examples, net specialist Virginia DeBolt deals a radical grounding within the fundamentals plus complex thoughts should you are looking to increase their present talents or examine extra glossy methods of operating. you will find out find out how to create web content which are available to the widest variety o viewers, examine the newest specifications, construct CSS for print and hand held units, and paintings with various CSS-based layouts. insurance INCLUDES:Writing XHTML and CSS utilizing right syntaxWorking with mounted and fluid - and three-column layoutsStyling hyperlinks as CSS popupsCreating and using types to make an available formMastering hierarchy, alignment, point of interest, and different layout conceptspublishing and trying out your pagesWorking bloat-free with CSS in DreamweaverRWeaning your self from table-based layouts and out-of-date coding

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Book Page 4 Friday, January 12, 2007 3:38 PM 4 CHAPTER 1 HOW TO WRITE XHTML AND CSS But how are XHTML and HTML different? XHTML is more than HTML, because it is extensible. XHTML uses the syntax rules of the Extensible Markup Language (XML). Those syntax rules will be explained later in this chapter. An extensible markup language can be extended with modules that do things such as make math calculations, draw graphical images, or use microformats such as XFN (XHTML Friends Network). Web pages written in XHTML interact with XML easily.

2, the browser default for text alignment is left-aligned. In XHTML, the type of alignment you choose is the value. The exact attribute is align. The value of this attribute could be left, right, center, or justify. An attribute is written as part of the opening tag. The attribute name is followed by an equal sign (=) and the value in quotation marks (“). Here is a marked up paragraph element with an attribute and value. 3. 3 The first paragraph with align=“right” There are two important things to take note of in this example.

Generally, if no font family is specified, a browser will use Times as the default. Times is a serif font. The second declaration in the preceding rule is font-size: small. You will learn more about the various options in font sizes in Chapters 4 and 5, but I’m sure you can guess that this declaration sets the font for all the p elements to a small size. The final declaration sets the color to blue. Color values are most often expressed with a code, but there are few colors that can be given by name.

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