Style Sheets bring similar formatting and control standards to the Web that desktop publishers have used for years. Working behind the scenes to allow Web authors to specify point sizes, page margins, and spacing between lines, Style Sheets control the formatting in a separate function freeing authors to focus on content creation.
Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) represent the next evolution of HTML. This guide presents all the key features of CSS in a hands–on format. The tutorials, projects, and reference materials are presented so that the reader can master and apply style sheets technology as quickly as possible. The CD–ROM presents all examples used in the book plus demo versions of style–conscious software for PC, Macintosh, and UNIX machines.
Designed to aid the move from Web programmer to desktop publisher, this guide provides a solid background in the elements of design, typography, colour, and the juxtaposition of text and space. The CD-ROM includes sample style sheets.
Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is a standard that provides an easy and manageable way to add style and layout to Web pages. The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) developed it as a companion to HTML and XML. Written by the inventors of CSS, this book contains tutorials on CSS, HTML and XML with simple examples and makeover documents as well as detailed information on both CSS level 1 and 2. It is the perfect introduction to CSS for beginning writers of Web pages, and the definitive guide for professional Web designers.
Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) enable us to style and lay out HTML data on a web page without the use of messy “table” and “font” tags, and without the use of “hacks” such as invisible GIF files. CSS allows for the separation of content from presentation, so that web designers can change the entire design of a site by modifying one stylesheet, rather than updating each HTML document that makes up the web site. This book provides coverage of the how to use CSS and XHTML for the visual design of web pages. Its practical techniques will give you core CSS skills, as well as showing how to apply them in today’s browsers.
This is the quick get–started guide to moving to this entirely new way of designing Web pages. Style sheets will separate form from structure, so that the HTML tags will still provide structure, but the style sheets will provide layout and presentation information. It will be easier to implement, allow more control over page appearance, and be more flexible Covers PC and Macintosh.
DHTML object model; introduction to cascading style sheets; advanced CSS; netscape and JASS; netscape layers; netwcape downloadable fonts; future directions and issues. (Part contents.)
This text covers the history, principles and theory behind human–computer interactions, with reference information on the components of Dynamic HTML, Cascading Style Sheets, the Document Object Model, and client–side scripting languages. It examines the importance of the user interface and demonstrates how to build user–friendly, well–designed interfaces using HTML.
The next revolutionary extension of HTML, Dynamic HTML, gives Webmasters the technologies needed to create stunning magazine–quality page layout as well as rich interactivity. With Dynamic HTML, Web page development evolves into a real programming challenge by moving away from the current static, word processing/page layout activity. This timely book serves as an in–depth introduction to the power and problems of utilizing this new tool. Readers learn how to support style sheets, fonts, and element positioning which changes on the fly …
If you’re tired of programming manuals that start with trivial details and examples and illustrate only the most basic demos, then this book is for you. In Dynamic HTML: The HTML Developer’s Guide you will learn DHTML the same way you probably learned HTML — by looking at other people’s source code.
Aimed at programmers in the middle range of the profession in terms of language used (above HTML and below XML), this reference guide is designed to extend programming capablities without going as far as the complications of XML. The CD-ROM includes sample codes and images.
Information that should allow developers to create or enhance Web sites with increased interactivity is offered in this book. The key features and benefits of dynamic HTML include: better performance since data manipulation is done locally on the user’s system instead of the server; active design surface that lets users see their content as it’s being built; customization options by making all HTML tags, stylesheets, texts, and applets customizable; and open, cross–platform support.