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by Molly E. Holzschlag
Author: Molly E. Holzschlag
Publisher: New Riders Press; 1st edition (September 2001)
Category: Technologies and Future
Subcategory: Web Development and Design
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The book XML, HTML, XHTML Magic by author Molly E. Holzschlag and contributing authors Martin L. De Vore, Steve Franklin, John Kuhlman, Christopher Schmitt and Jason Cranford Teague promises to deliver eleven.
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I really like the way that the author puts all of the information together. I have already used many of the things that I have learned in this book. She covers html forms but the book does not cover how to use the forms
I really like the way that the author puts all of the information together. She covers all of the basics very fast with really simple examples. She covers html forms but the book does not cover how to use the forms. The web pages could be used to help increase your understanding on a subject.
The book starts by explaining how XHTML differs from HTML, and why it¿s necessary. It then covers the meat of XHTML, including syntax and document creation. The book starts by explaining how XHTML differs from HTML, and why it¿s necessary.
The opening section XML/XHTML/HTML Magic is a crash course on the skills readers should have in order to attempt the projects in this book. Subsequent chapters instruct readers on how to use the markup languages to create a variety of common web sites. Within the context of each site construction project, similar subheadings are used to standardize the coverage of HTML, XML, and XHTML.