HTML 4 for Dummies 5th Ed

HTML 4 for Dummies 5th Edition

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HTML 4 for Dummies 5th Ed
HTML 4 for Dummies 5th Ed - by Ed Tittel and Mary C. Burmeister

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Book Author
Ed Tittel and Mary C. Burmeister
Book Publish Date (Year)
2005
Book Edition
5th Edition
ISBN Number
ISBN-13: 978-0-7645-8917-1/ ISBN-10: 0-7645-8917-2

Are you fascinated by the look and design of Web pages? Do you wish that you had the knowledge and skills to create a great looking Web site? Whether you’re an up-and-coming Web designer or just an enthusiastic hobbyist, you are probably using HTML, the standard authoring language for the Internet. HTML 4 For Dummies, now in its 5th edition, will show you the basics of working with this language as well as advanced skills for all-around knowledge. HTML is used to create Web documents. As a standard issued by the World Wide Web Consortium, it is used by almost everyone to create and edit Web pages. HTML is capable of:

- Creating a Web site - Inserting designs to a Web page - Running on both PCs and Macs

The new edition of HTML 4 For Dummies contains nearly 50% more content than its previous editions, and covers a wide range of material, including: Planning a Web site to avoid underperformance

- Creating and viewing a Web page - Working with text, tables, lists, and links - Adding style to your page with images, colors, and fonts - Managing layout - Controlling positioning and appearance using CSS - Integrating scripts with HTML - Designing an eBay auction page - Helpful advices and tips, as well as warnings about pitfalls

Complete with a 6-page tear-out colored reference sheet, HTML 4 For Dummies is the most comprehensive HTML guide yet. Written by a computer expert and author of over 120 books, including the previous editions of the bestselling HTML 4 For Dummies, this straightforward, fun guide will aid you through making and editing beautiful Web pages.

From the Back Cover Your step-by-step guide to cool Web pages — no experience required! Create interesting page layouts, test and debug your pages, and attract visitors

Building a Web page isn't difficult! This friendly book gets you going and shows you how to use the HTML markup language — in plain English. It even includes practical HTML projects you can really use, such as an "about me" page, a marketing page, and a product catalog.

Discover how to - Plan your Web site to prevent problems - Format Web pages with (X)HTML - Build an eBay® auction page - Format text, apply styles, and lay out your page with CSS - Integrate scripts with HTML

About the Author Ed Tittel is a full-time independent writer, trainer, and consultant who works out of his home in beautiful Austin, Texas. Ed has been writing for the trade press since 1986 and has worked on more than 130 books. In addition to this title, Ed has worked on more than 35 books for Wiley, including Networking Windows NT Server For Dummies, XML For Dummies, and Networking with NetWare For Dummies.

Ed is the technology editor at Certification magazine, writes the “Must Know News” twice-monthly newsletter for Cramsession.com, and also writes for a variety of Web sites and magazines. When he’s not busy doing all that work stuff, Ed likes to travel, shoot pool, spend time with his family (especially taking walks with young Gregory), and wrestle with his Labrador, Blackie. You can contact Ed Tittel by e-mail at etittel@yahoo.com.

Mary Burmeister is an editor, project manager, and writer. She’s edited and project managed over 75 computer-related books. Mary has contributed material to several editions of HTML For Dummies and XML For Dummies in addition to project managing and editing them. Mary spends most of her time these days project managing, editing, and writing courses for Powered, Inc.

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