Beginning XHTML By Frank Boumphrey Cassandra Greer Dave Raggett Jenny Raggett Sebastian Schnitzenbaumer Ted Wugofski Wrox Press Ltd. $39.99 ISBN: 1861003439 Buy It!
XHTML (eXtensible HyperText Markup Language) 1.0 superseded HTML 4.01 in January 2000 as the next generation W3C standard for marking up Web pages. XHTML offers the functionality and widespread acceptance of HTML with the extensibility and the new audience that XML offers. No longer will multiple versions of the same page be needed for varying user agents Â one XHTML page will suffice.
What does this book cover?
- Introduction to XML
- Analysis of how XHTML relates to, and differs from, HTML and XML
- Using web based forms and e-mail to collect data and send information
- Adding multimedia (graphics, audio and video) and accessibility to your pages
- How to design and build interactive web pages and web sites
- Practical advice, tutorials and reference material to get hands on experience using XHTML
Who is this book for?
This book is for anyone wanting to mark up web pages and use scripting to enhance the quality of their pages. It will be useful for those who wish to enter the world of web development with an advantage over existing developers, for those who are already developing pages and wish to stay current with the latest technological changes, and for those who want to access new markets and reduce their workload. No previous knowledge is assumed.
Created: March 27, 2001
Revised: March 27, 2001